The Fleet Science Center will be closed on Monday, December 25.
How does a kangaroo gain energy as it bounces? Why do birds have different beaks? How does a prairie dog cool its home?
Wild Creativity invites you to explore fundamental concepts of biomimicry, the imitation of biological processes or models from nature, through hands-on design activities. Interactive challenges spotlight the interplay between the art and science of nature and how it continues to inform our world.
This bilingual English and Spanish exhibit lets you see how animals and nature work in unique, sustainable and efficient ways. Today’s engineers have much to learn from the natural world and our next great design may come from you.
Creatividad silvestre | Wild Creativity was developed by the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, made possible by a National Science Foundation grant, and created in partnership with the Biomimicry Institute, Adelante Mujeres, and the Fleet Science Center.