Proposal for the FabAcademy final project:
“There are living beings in your gardens that are not animals, yet they move. They have no proper muscles, yet the contents of their cells churn around using muscle protein, they have no nerves, yet they have nerve-like electrical signals. They have no brains, but they have senses of taste, vision, touch, gravity, temperature, humidity, pressure, electricity and sometimes magnetism. Some of them even catch and eat meat by their own movements.
These organisms are called PLANTS” (Paul Simons, The Action Plant, 1992).