黛博拉·高登:
關於大腦、癌症及網路,螞蟻教了我們什麼

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生物學家黛博拉·高登研究螞蟻,無論她在何處找到它們——在沙漠、在熱帶地區、在她的廚房裡… 她在這個精彩的演說中,解釋她對這種我們連想都不想,就很開心地拍走的昆蟲,是如何為之著迷。她主張螞蟻的生活能提供有用的模式,讓我們學習很多其他的主題,包括疾病、科技及人類的大腦。

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