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The Jessica Green keynotes focus on implementing biology into architecture. She feels that by better utilizing microbes and germs and how they interact, it can lead to healthier and more efficient spaces. Her vision includes a genome approach to design and architecture.
Jessica is an engineer and an ecologist. This combination of expertise may explain why she strives to combine the two in everyday life. Her work has led to the discovery and classification of the microbe known as Bliss which is said to create pleasant smelling breath. She feels these microbes can be utilized on everyday devices too.
The Jessica Green keynotes are given in between her work as an associate professor at the University of Oregon where she has a lab.
Featured Keynote - Biology in Architecture
Jessica Green's Ecodesign Keynote Encourages the Optimization of Microbes
This ecodesign keynote by Jessica Green feels that we need to better understand germs and how they interact with each other. She feels we can take advantage of this to better synchronize these... Read More