Environment | Science

What Bird Flocks And Fish Schools Can Teach Us About The Future

NPR | June 13, 2013 1:19 p.m.

Birds flock. Insects swarm. Fish swim in schools. These are all examples of collective behavior, a concept that has fascinated scientists for decades. For a recent piece in Wired Magazine, science writer Ed Yong explains what this research could tell us about predicting the future.

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