THE BLOB: Brainless Slime Mold Can Learn Quickly

Can organisms without brains or neurons learn? You bet. A paper published April 27 in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B shows that one species of slime mold—a primitive organism made up of single cells which can bunch together and move around—can learn and remember. This life-form evolved before neurons and brains came on…

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