Michael Dickinson:
Michael Dickinson: Como uma mosca voa

TEDxCaltech · 15:55 · Filmed Jan 2013
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A habilidade de um inseto de voar é talvez um dos maiores feitos da evolução. Michael Dickinson aborda como uma mosca doméstica comum consegue voar com asas tão delicadas, graças a movimentos inteligentes de batidas de asa e músculos de vôo que são poderosos e ágeis. Mas o ingrediente secreto: O incrível cérebro da mosca. (Filmado em 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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