Slime today, roads tomorrow

05/26/2010 | Popular Science

Hungry slime molds are helping scientists imagine new designs for more efficient ground transportation, including a microscopic model for a new U.S. highway system. The organisms work by sniffing out the most direct routes between food sources, which can be arranged to represent real-life cities.

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