What can hospitals learn from shark skin?

Have you ever been working on a tough problem and you got stumped? You step away from the problem.  You might even take a walk outside and then – Kapow – the idea hits you?

Nature is a great inspiration for our creativity.

In Take an excursion – Create a breakthrough, discover how you can use nature to become inspired when you need to get new ideas.

Find out how a walk in the woods led to the invention of velcro, what groundhogs can teach us about air conditioning and how hospitals have been able to reduce the spread of bacteria by studying shark skin. This is one episode of a nine-part series on innovation now available on the OpenSesame eLearning platform.

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