What is Biodesign?
Biodesign, more than being an intersection of science, biology, arts and design is a way of thinking, a way of perceiving our relationship and interactions with the environment and other organisms we shared it with. It is the next step of the design thinking process, in which we not only design specifically for us, but we design as an ecosystem, as part of a bigger system of inorganic and organic matter that is not determine only by humanity.
Genspace - BioDesign Challenge
Biodesign Challenge is an education program and competition that is shaping the first generation of biodesigners. They partner high school and university students with scientists, artists, and designers to envision, create, and critique transformational applications in biotech.
Universidad de los Andes - Facultad de Arquitectura y Diseño
The Design program at Universidad de los Andes trains professionals who are open and attentive to the social, cultural and technological dynamics of the contemporary world. Thanks to an interdisciplinary vision, design projects move between the tangible and the intangible and articulate solutions where the human being is the center.
Design at Universidad de los Andes is articulated around three emphasis: Creation, Project and Research.
UAL Central Saint Martins - MA Biodesign
The MA Biodesign at UAL Central Saint Martins specifically understands biodesign as a means to incorporate the inherent life-conducive principles of biological living systems into design processes – to transition into a more holistic, sustainable future.