As an interdisciplinary journal of landscape architecture, LA+ DESIGN magazine delves into the role of design in times of transformative technological and environmental change where nothing on Earth, or even in space, seems beyond the reach of designers.
In the last issue (09, Spring 2019) of LA+DESIGN engineer and physicist Adrian Bejan outlines his constructal law, which predicts natural design and its evolution in engineering, scientific, and social systems in his article “The Evolving Design of Our Life“.
Time seems to fly as we age. The Keep It Juicy! blog author, Helen Mitternight, talks to physicist Adrian Bejan about the physics of how that happens and how to slow time.
Listen online the 17th of April 2019 by visiting Keep it Juicy! or by using this online player: Episode 65 – Time Flies with Adrian Bejan.
“Adrian Bejan, J.A. Jones Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Duke University, delivers a thought-provoking analysis of the mechanics of life, energy, and the science of our natural world.” – futuretechpodcast.com
Listen to this podcast on futuretechpodcast.com!
Adrian Bejan’s revolutionary theory proposes that the same laws of nature produce rivers, trees, human beings and wealth distributions.
“What nature try to do on its own, we tend to do in our life movement, because we too are part of the flowing nature.”
A piece by Peder Zane on the Wall Street Journal
Ephrat Livni exposes Prof. Bejan’s Constructal view on the passage of time, on the basis of a peer-reviewed publication to be soon published in the European Review journal, in this recent online article.
In this one-hour long interview on the Ecosomatics podcast, Professor Adrian Bejan discusses the Constructal Law & The Physics of Life.