In the media

“Can studying ants help humans eliminate traffic congestion?”
KCRW Greater LA, November 21st, 2023


Ants and the 405 – Spectrum news – Inside the issues, September 8th, 2023

Could insights from ants help people build better transportation networks?UCLA newsroom, August 31st, 2023

Argentine ants will do anything for sugar, but they won’t do thisUCLA newsroom, December 7th, 2022

Some bees are born curious while others are more single-minded – new research hints at how the hive picks which flowers to feast onThe Conversation, October 2020

“Deciphering the social behaviour of ants” The Science Show  (ABC), April 12th, 2019 


For a potential application of our work with ants, listen to the last two minutes of “Challenges for AI visual recognition” The Science Show  (ABC), April 26th, 2019 

The Complex Societies Of Bees And Beyond” Science Friday (NPR), October 2018

Spider Societies: Huddling together makes spiders bolder and better at huntingNewsweek, September 5th, 2018

“Connections between ant nests, human architecture” The Daily Bruin, August 2018

“Merging the sciences and architecture” UCLA newsroom, July 2018

How architecture can make ants better workersScience News, October 2015

Ants take a cue from Facebook” Science Now, April 2011

“Elephant Enclaves” Quirks & Quarks (CBC), January 2009