The mathematical skills of worms - a study led by Dr. Alon Zaslaver (2018)

Dr Alon Zaslaver and his team reveal the complex mathematical calculations that animals--even those as simple as worms--do to find their next meal.
Animals often rely on their sense of smell to locate food: the first one to reach a food source has a better chance of surviving than those who do not. But how exactly does their brain translate scent and then navigate towards it?
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The mathematical skills of worms