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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.

For more information visit: 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. Follow the link to find out more… 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 … Continue reading

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CCISTC. The Brain Power Lecture. A presentation to 5000 students across China

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