Jeremy Faludi is an assistant professor of sustainable design engineering at TU Delft, and has also taught at Stanford, Dartmouth, and elsewhere. He developed VentureWell’s Tools for Design and Sustainability, and has contributed to seven books. In 2004, he designed the first version of the biomimicry database; in 2007, he helped design a bicycle that appeared in the Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt museum; in 2017, he wrote the OECD’s recommendations for green 3D printing policy.

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