Carlos’ teaching in 2021/22

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Design Fundamentals DES135 @ University of Alberta (access to materials via eClass)

Information Design DESN313 @ MacEwan University (access to materials via Google Drive)

Winter 2022

Design Fundamentals DES135 @ University of Alberta

Design Research DESN380  @ Design Studies, MacEwan University


RGD Sustainability Guidelines

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The StrC project on display

Biomimicry Alberta

The ongoing StrC project initiated by Dr. Carlos Fiorentino is being displayed at the University of Alberta Augustana Campus for two months (January 30 to March 27). The exhibition was prepared by Dr. Carlos Fiorentino and Dr. Tomislav Terzin, and co-organized with Augustana Library. “Living colours” proposes a journey through structural colour to the visitors of the library. The installation offers hundreds of colourful specimens from Dr. Terzin’s entomology collection, as well as a microscope station to explore structural colours in detail, a selection of related books on the subject, and access to the StrC interface online–a taxonomic database that collects structural colour cases and scientific information intended to connect science and design innovation.

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Student Sustainability Summit

DES 139 2020 Class Materials

“Waste” by Nature available in RCA proceedings

Book chapter presentation in Argentina: Biomimicry as an Emerging Discipline

Two Biomimicry Alberta researchers interviewed for BUGS 101: Insect-Human Interactions

via Two Biomimicry Alberta researchers interviewed for BUGS 101: Insect-Human Interactions



Happy holidays!

Biomimicry Lecture Series Coming Soon

Dear BA followers, we finally put our BAW04 lectures together in one night in town! More info coming soon, stay tuned.

Biomimicry Alberta

The first Biomimicry Lecture Series will be held at the RoundHouse–MacEwan University on January 25, 2019. Details and registration will be posted soon!

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