Snuggle or Die: Sociable Monkeys More Likely to Survive Winter

A new study is the first to show that social huddling may be a mechanism that connects social bonding to higher fitness....

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All the World’s a Stage: Ian McKellen Plays His Part

Frank self-analysis offers some fascinating insight into Ian McKellen's career trajectory; an essential watch for both fans and those interested in an experienced actor’s perspective....

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Emilio Vedova, Icon of Radical Italian Art

The hero of radical Italian art in who painting is reinvigorated as the premier medium encompassing all others. ...

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Only The Support: How To Steal The Show

Bristol Indie-Rockers Coasts made for a stellar night with their headline appearance at Kentish Town's O2 Forum... But how did openers Only The Poets fare in navigating the crowd?...

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No More Organ Noises For You (Bleeding Through)

ell, Bleeding Through are back I guess. Properly this time, too! ‘Love Will Kill All’, Bleeding Through’s first studio effort since 2012’s ‘The Great Fire’, meanders in with an organ-led...

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Postmodernism: Living a Lie Dreaming the Truth

The modern subject is a self obsessed narcissist that masochistically imagines the truth as a destructive monster. ...

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Madame Moustache

Mistress of Beautiful Intoxicating Street Art...

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(H) oli Ep (p) iphany

Oli Epp, sold out before the private view. Semiose is a gallery opened in 2005 in Paris....

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Are pain tolerance levels similar among groups of friends?

A new study is the first to apply social network analysis to pain tolerance, contributing to understanding the effect of social factors on pain....

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How did Michael Jackson challenge our understanding of spine biomechanics?

New forms of dancing inspired by Michael Jackson have begun to challenge our understanding of the modes and mechanisms of spinal injury. ...

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You’re Not Living You’re Just Killing Time

There are so many ways we can abdicate our personal responsibility but for many in western civilisation stupefaction is simply a choice, what have you done lately to improve yourself!...

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Photo London 2018 at Somerset House

Showcasing the best photography and cementing London as a key location in the international photographic community. ...

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No More Casual Sex for Tinder Users!

Using Tinder doesn't result in more casual sex ...

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Jon Hopkins: Singularity

Smashed beats so metallic you can almost taste the blood. Jon Hopkins kills it with Singularity...

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Postmodernity, a Trinity of Crises

Trying to understand the postmodern is famously difficult but this series of articles is supposed to help!...

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Postmodernism: Anti-Art reflecting a knowing society

There is a constant push and pull over what makes an artwork art, this is one of the core issues at work in postmodernism....

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Simone de Beauvoir and Research Impact

Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir In 1946, Sartre suggested that Simone de Beauvoir write a piece on the contemporary condition of women for the journal, Les Temps Moderne. She thought it would...

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The Beautiful Game

Arsenal Invincibles 2003-4, English Premier League s it at all possible that football, at its highest level, is an art form – a game of genius? The ponies run, the girls are young The odds are...

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Good Boy: Fido Comes to the Rescue

ETH Zurich scientists have developed the smallest ever equipment for detecting people by smell, which could be used to create electronic rescue dogs....

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Why Do We Rebel? Neuroimaging Provides New Insight

Why do some people resist authority? Neuroimaging research provides new insight into the urge to rebel....

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Art is on the house!

The myth of a disappearing house, the discovery of one that still exists and the challenge of one that will hopefully exist one day in the future....

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Call A Bloody Chiropractor (Cancer Bats – Live)

Trebuchet wade into the Manchester date of Cancer Bats' 'The Spark That Moves' album release celebrations to ensure they've still got it live!...

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You’re Bringing Me Drama (Razorrawks/Grhymz Exclusive)

Trebuchet brings you an exclusive first look at 'You're Bringing Me Drama', lead single from the collaborative Razorrawks/Grhymz EP 'Plug Ugly'....

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The Ticking Bomb, Torture & the CIA

Don't be sucked into the false urgency of popular culture illustrations like 24, torture is wrong! ...

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Postmodernism ‘Phoenix’ In Commas

There is much debate about what epoch we are currently in, have we moved from postmodernism to some other overarching force? Probably not!...

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Women’s Talk Outed by Florida Psychologist

Tania Reynolds, Psychology, Florida State University at Tallahassee (FSU Photography Services) Tania Reynolds has written in The Journal of Experimental Psychology about the ways in which women...

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Père Lachaise: a drift

Père Lachaise, May 2018, Pegs in the graveyard – the broken black teeth of a man long dead. rchitecture, we might think, gains its aesthetic dimension from our sense of what it is to inhabit a...

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The Cause of Progress: A Cambodian Spring

A stirring and articulate documentary, A Cambodian Spring charts the forcible displacement of the capital’s residents due to corporate land grabbing supported by a corrupt government....

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Arachnophobes, Rejoice: Kim the Jumping Spider Has Training

Scientists at the University of Manchester have successfully trained a spider to jump on demand to discover the secrets of animal movement....

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Transhuman? Cyborg? Digital Immortal Or Dust in the Wind

You may be able to live forever, but would you want to?...

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