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Gil Nissim and Leslie Ruckman are more than happy to use state-of-the-art technology but also want to draw our attention to the natural world on our doorstep.

June 15, 2017 18:22

Ants become artists in SurveillAnts. (photo credit: GAL NISSIM AND LESLIE RUCKMAN)


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There are those among us who eagerly anticipate the latest developments in technological gizmos, who simply have to have the brand new iPhone, or the most gargantuan-dimensioned and sharpest sharp-screened TV.

There are also some of us – probably the minority – who try to get by with as much an organic, hands-on existence as possible. We might go as far as to dub the latter technophobes or, on a kinder note, simply more in tune with Mother Nature and less enamored with the scientific achievements of personkind.


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