The Captured Thought appearing in The New Statesman. A description of recent research undertaken by Prof. Nicky Clayton and Prof. Clive Wilkins

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Two new papers exploring how magic provides insight into the ways in which animals process information. From Elias Garcia- Pelegrin, Prof. Clive Wilkins and Prof. Nicky Clayton.

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Professor Nicky Clayton FRS of the University of Cambridge awarded the prestigious ASAB Medal.

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BBC Radio 4 features the research of Prof. Nicky Clayton FRS, Eli Garcia-Pelegrin, Alex Schnell and Clive Wilkins. How Corvids respond to magic effects.

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The Captured Thought/CCISTC China Programme visits The Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge. February 2022.

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The New Scientist appears in MAGICWEEK. Featuring recent work from Professor Clayton’s lab at the University of Cambridge.

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https://www.psychol.cam.ac.uk/news/christmas-special-new-scientist-features-research-work-magic-prof-wilkins-and-clayton-and

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There’s MAGIC in the air! Pages 62-64 ~ appearing in the ‘New Scientist’ Xmas and New Year special 2021. Featuring the latest research inspired by The Captured Thought. Work conducted by Eli Garcia-Pelegrin, Alex Schnell, Clive Wilkins and Nicky Clayton.

A big thank-you to Sam Wong and the New Scientist team.

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https://www.psychol.cam.ac.uk/news/christmas-special-new-scientist-features-research-work-magic-prof-wilkins-and-clayton-and

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New legislation as a result of scientific research evaluating the sentience of cephalopods and decapods.

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The NEW SCIENTIST Christmas Edition.

This year’s December edition will include a feature article describing recent published work undertaken by Professor Nicky Clayton’s lab and lead author Eli Garcia-Pelegrin. The research explores how corvids respond to magic effects. The article is supported by a short online film documentary of the scientific findings.

Professor Nicky Clayton FRS presenting to camera.
Eli Garcia Pelegrin, lead author photographed by David Stock of the New Scientist.
David Stock, Emily Bates and Sam Wong of the NEW SCIENTIST pictured in the library of the University of Cambridge, Madingley site.
The team for the day. From left to right. Professor Clive Wilkins, David Stock, New Scientist, (Director of photography), Eli Garcia Pelegrin (lead author), Emily Baker, New Scientist, (Production director), Sam Wong, New Scientist, (Reporter and journalist) Professor Nicky Clayton (Lab director and supervisor).
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CCISTC. The Brain Power Lecture. A presentation to 5000 students across China

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