The story of how fruit flies, odors and computer science came together at Salk

It might seem like fruit flies would have nothing in common with computers, but Assistant Professor Saket Navlakha explains the story behind how fruit flies and computers identify novel information in similar ways—and why the research matters. Read more at: https://www.salk.edu/news-release/to-detect-new-odors-fruit-fly-brains-improve-on-a-well-known-computer-algorithm/
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How to Really Get Rid of Fruit Flies and Gnats Really!! (Infestation)

How to Really Get Rid of Fruit Flies and Gnats Really!! (Infestation)

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Why Fruit Flies Are So Hard To Kill

Come summertime, fruit flies arrive in droves. They’re drawn in by the smell of fruit — and by the fungi and other microorganisms that produce rot. Once they land on apples, bananas, and whatever else they can find, they lay hundreds of eggs that hatch into hundreds of maggots, which then pupate into flies. So how can you get rid of them? Make a trap, or just clean up.

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THE PERFECT FRUIT FLY TRAP | easy DIY, effective & simple life hack!

This video explains how my husband and I perfected our fruit fly trap. We get fruit flies in our home that come in with our fruit and vegetables about twice a year. This is the trap that we finally perfected last year. It’s pretty much our biggest cleaning DIY hack win! Much more effective for us than the lemon one we used to use and it’s the easiest way to get rid of them. Apple cider vinegar, the right container, and the right amount of dish soap (kitchen detergent) has been key for us. This homemade method is quick and works for all types of gnats too. Hope you have great success with it! Let me know if you try it how it works for you!

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Housekeeping: Natural Insect Repellent : How to Get Rid of Fruit Flies (Easy, Cheap, Safe & Clean)

Getting rid of fruit flies requires pouring baking soda and cider vinegar down the drain, keeping towels dry and making a fruit fly trap with a jar, some cider vinegar and a paper cone. Eliminate and prevent fruit flies in the kitchen or bathroom with information from an organic farmer in this free video on insects.

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How to Get Rid of Fruit Flies – CHOW Tip

Kill those annoying fruit flies. CHOW Food Editor Aida Mollenkamp demonstrates a quick, easy tip to lure fruit flies away from your food.

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Fruit flies, when they infest your house, can be a huge problem. So this is how you get rid of them. You take some water, add some soap to it and you dilute it. So just swirl it around a little bit and then take some red wine and throw it into your trap and put the water with the soap. And what that’s doing, the water and the soap are breaking up the surface tension. So now the fruit flies go in, they drink, and they die. Problem solved.
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