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NOVA SCIENCENOW

Slime Mold Smarts

  • Aired: 11/06/2012
  • 02:01
  • Rating: NR
Produced for NOVA and Scientific American by Anna Rothschild and Ferris Jabr Written by Anna Rothschild and Ferris Jabr Animated and Edited by Anna Rothschild Production Help from Allison Eck Original Footage ©WGBH Educational Foundation 2012 (Trans-Canadian Slimeways video) Courtesy Professor Andrew Adamatzky, UWE, Bristol (slime in petri dish) Courtesy Audrey Dussutour
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Slime molds may be brainless, but they aren’t stupid.
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