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An article in New Scientist. SPINELESS LEGISLATION by Alexandra Schnell & Nicola Clayton of the University of Cambridge UK

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Memory and Mental Time Travel. A virtual lecture delivered by Professors’ Nicky Clayton and Clive Wilkins of ‘The Captured Thought’, 20th July 2021. 5.00-6.30pm BST to Sreda Obucheniya School, Moscow. Established in 2003 by the Moscow State University of Culture and Arts.

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BBC Earth ~ Amaze me. How smart are crows ~ featuring the work of Prof. Nicky Clayton and colleagues on the birds’ ability to plan ahead.

To see the experiments and discussion with Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin visit https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=501205854495170

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‘Exploring the perceptual inabilities of Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius) using magic effects’ ~ a collaborative paper first published in PNAS by Elias Garcia-Pelegrin, Alexandra K. Schnell, Prof. Clive Wilkins, and Prof. Nicola S. Clayton FRS ~ featured in Le Monde, June 2021

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The Captured Thought in The Magic Circular ~ the official magazine of The Magic Circle, June 2021

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International press coverage of ‘Exploring the perceptual inabilities of Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius) using magic effects’ ~ a collaborative paper published in PNAS by Elias Garcia-Pelegrin, Alexandra K. Schnell, Prof. Clive Wilkins, and Prof. Nicola S. Clayton FRS

New York Times by Veronique Greenwood Magic tricks may fool you, but these birds can see through them The Science Times by Marie Morales Magic tricks don’t work for all birds; at least not with Eurasian jays Le Monde by … Continue reading

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Exploring the perceptual inabilities of Eurasian jays (Garrulus glandarius) using magic effects. PNAS May 2021

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‘The Lost Library of Miraculous Metaphors & other short stories’ available in United Kingdom from 25th June 2021 featuring the original cover design ~ or immediately, via the international edition, which is now live.

The original design for the novel by Clive Wilkins, available in the United Kingdom. The above design was specially produced for the international edition, available in USA, Europe and other territories.

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29th November – 3rd December 2021. Gutenberg International Conference Centre, Mainz, Germany. Becoming Social. A paleoethological perspective on modern human behaviour. A physical workshop involving dance.

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Cambridge Memory Meeting 2021. Dr. Alex Schnell presents the latest research on magic and jays from Prof. Nicky Clayton’s comparative cognition lab ~ with Eli Garcia-Pelegrin and Prof. Clive Wilkins

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