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Sustainability and Biomimicry: An Interview with Michel Wolfstirn

Michel Wolfstirn is the founder of BiomimicryNorway, which aims to provide innovation inspired by nature both in the academic and professional sectors. Below is an excerpt of our conversation at the Good Life Project camp on biomimicry and sustainability. How did you get involved in the oil industry? I completed a French-German diploma in mechanical engineering because I was aiming for an international European company like Airbus.
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