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What can ants teach us about improving agriculture and transportation?

Ants can offer us practical lessons in agriculture and transportation. Image: Unsplash/ Lottie Corin

Scott Solomon

Associate Teaching Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Rice University

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Ants are good at finding the shortest route from their nests to sources of food. Image: Unsplash/Jenny Chambers

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