Deborah Gordon:
Ce que les fourmis nous apprennent sur le cerveau, le cancer et Internet

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L'écologue Deborah Gordon observe les fourmis partout où elle peut - dans le désert, dans les tropiques ou dans sa cuisine... Dans cet exposé fascinant, elle explique son obsession pour ces insectes dont la plupart d'entre nous se débarrasserait volontiers. Elle défend l'idée que les fourmis nous fournissent un modèle utile pour comprendre de nombreux sujets, dont les maladies, les technologies et le cerveau humain.

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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