Next generation of algorithms inspired by problem-solving ants
(PhysOrg.com) -- An ant colony is the last place you'd expect to find a maths whiz, but University of Sydney researchers have shown that the humble ant is capable of solving difficult mathematical problems.
Greedy Routing Enables Network Navigation Without a 'Map'
What can slime molds offer computing?
Researchers find slime mold feeding fronds have memristance
Designing wildlife corridors in the digital age
Development is squeezing animals into smaller pockets of land, and without sufficient planning and protection, individual animal populations could find themselves increasingly isolated.