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With David Pogue
Clips from the series plus panel discussion and Q&A
Invisibility cloaks. Spider silk that is stronger than steel. Self-healing military vehicles. Clothes that monitor your mood. What will the future bring, and what will it be made of? In NOVA's fascinating new 4-hour series, "Making Stuff", popular New York Times technology reporter David Pogue takes viewers on a tour of the material world we live in, and the one that may lie ahead -- offering a behind-the-scenes look at innovations that are ushering in a new generation of stronger, smarter, smaller, and cleaner materials. Join David, together with expert scientists and NOVA producers for exclusive clips from the series, a robust panel discussion, and a free-flowing audience Q&A.
Next Wednesday, October 20, 2010- 07:30 PM to 09:00 PM
Venue: Lisner Auditorium at George Washington University
Fascinating and well recorded. I seem to remember reading, some years ago, about a mosquito, in SE Asia I think, of the genus Harpagomyia that does something similar, only it actually inserts its proboscis into the ant's crop, again the ant is a Crematogaster species. It would be nice to know of other occurences of flies, or other insects taking advantage of ants in this sort of way, or to know if other genera of ants are similarly effected