Deborah Gordon:
O que as formigas nos ensinam a respeito do cérebro, do câncer e da Internet

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A ecologista Deborah Gordon estuda as formigas onde quer que as possa encontrar: no deserto, nos trópicos, em sua própria cozinha... Nesta palestra fascinante, ela explica sua obsessão por insetos que a maioria de nós enxotaria sem hesitar. Ela argumenta que a vida das formigas fornece um modelo útil para aprendermos sobre muitas outras questões, incluindo doenças, tecnologia e o cérebro humano.

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By studying how ant colonies work without any one leader, Deborah Gordon has identified striking similarities in how ant colonies, brains, cells and computer networks regulate themselves. Full bio
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