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fire ants build towers with three simple rules Fire ants build towers with three simple rules
SCIENCE-NEWS VIDEO Fire ants use the same set of simple rules to produce static rafts and perpetually moving towers. 6 hours
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Holographic imaging could be used to detect signs of life in space
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Groundbreaking for an international neutrino experiment
CERN
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