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Thomas McKeag

President & Founder, BioDreamMachine, USA

Tom is a licensed landscape architect, community planner and Adjunct Professor in Interdisciplinary Studies at the California College of the Arts and a Lecturer in the Plant and Microbial Biology Department, University of California, Berkeley. He has taught the innovation course "How Would Nature Do That?" to undergraduate and graduate students since 2006.  He has guest lectured in the schools of architecture and mechanical engineering at UC Berkeley, Stanford University, Schumacher College, the Omega Institute, and the Universidad Iberoamericana.

He is the President and Founder of BioDreamMachine, a California nonprofit public benefit corporation dedicated to teaching K-12 science through bio-inspired design. Tom is an Education Fellow and member of the Educational Advisory Board of the Biomimicry Institute. Organizations that he has consulted to include the Marine Science Institute, HOK architecture firm, and the Center for Environmental Education, Westchester, NY.  He is the co-founder and editor of the new digital magazine Zygote Quarterly, and writes a regular blog at www.greenbiz.com.






 
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