The 2019 Science Garden of the Davidson Institute for Science Education exhibition, at the Weizmann Institute of Science, celebrated the world of biomimicry, and explored how mankind imitates nature and produces new technologies inspired by natural phenomenas, structures, and mechanisms.

Visitors were invited to a journey of exploration through a variety of activities and installations, inside the museum and throughout the garden. Activities included: creating a personalized interactive "superhero" made of different animals and their special traits, exploring camouflage, seeing the world through a bee’s eyes, in UV,  discovering inventions inspired by natural life, like the ultrasound device, which was based on the hearing of dolphins, or a thermal camera, based on the sight of snakes. In order to understand how velcro was inspired by nature, visitors wore velcro suits and hung from a giant inflatable velcro wall.