Michael Dickinson:
Michael Dickinson: El vuelo de una mosca

TEDxCaltech · 15:55 · Filmed Jan 2013
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La capacidad de volar de un insecto es quizá una de las mayores hazañas de la evolución. Michael Dickinson mira como una mosca doméstica común toma vuelo con esas delicadas alas, gracias a un hábil movimiento de aleteo y a los poderosos y ágiles músculos de vuelo. Pero hay un ingrediente secreto: el cerebro increíble de la mosca. (Filmado en TEDxCaltech).

Most people are irritated by the buzzing of a fly's wings. But biologist Michael Dickinson views the sound with a deep sense of wonder. Full bio
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