The Blob: A Genius without a Brain | World premiere
- Zazie Kino
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Documentary / Jacques Mitsch / France / 2019 / 52 min / OV with ST
They are neither animals, plants nor fungi, even if they are called that: Slime moulds consist of just one single cell that sometimes looks like the slime of forest animals. This unique organism is capable of resolving tasks within days that people would need decades to do. How does it manage this?
Filmtalk: Mold and Men: Why Slime Molds seem to decide like us?
Moderated by Daniel Schlechter, MDR, Germany
Marie Beuzard, Commissioning Editor, Science, ARTE France, France
Prof. Dr. Hans-Günther Döbereiner. Group Head. Institut für Biophysik, University Bremen