Real-World Results From Artificial Bee Colonies

Researchers propose a bee colony algorithm in which the search is guided by a scale-free network to improve the optimisation process in real-world problems....

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Do You Have A Healthy Personality?

Researchers found that the healthy personality can be described in terms of the 30 facets of the 'big five' model of personality traits....

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Gigantic Mammal ‘Cousin’ Discovered

The discovery of Lisowicia changes our ideas about the latest history of dicynodonts, and also raises more questions about what made them and dinosaurs so large....

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Video Exclusive – Drool

With pronounced Pixies overtones Fun by Drool (Trebuchet video exclusive) is a bit of dark pop that marches on it's lock step groove. Simple, sleazy, and catchy verses leading into a neo-grunge...

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Scientists Discover New ‘Pinwheel’ Star System

An international team of scientists has discovered a new, massive star system, that also challenges existing theories on how large stars eventually die....

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‘Weapons’ Removed From Van Gogh Sculpture

Controversial items relating to the artist's life were scrapped from original design over fears they could be linked to drug, knife and gun crime....

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Evidence of Class Bias in Arts Funding

The tendency for people from higher social grades to be more likely to attend arts events is down to a mismatch between funding priorities and the public’s taste....

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Pain Can Be A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

New brain imaging research shows that when we expect something to hurt, it does, even if the stimulus isn't so painful....

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Georgia On My Mind

From 6000 BC the inhabitants of Georgia were cultivating grapes and burying vessels in which to store their wine ready for serving at ground temperature....

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Restoration of Rare Medieval Altarpiece Reveals Vandalism

The Battel Hall retable, which survived the fury of 16th-century iconoclasts, bears later scars of graffiti and 'witch marks' against evil spirits. ...

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Skill and Competence as a Requirement

Skill is deployed in many fields of human endeavour Football takes skill. I played football at the same time as did Rodney Marsh, Denis Law and Colin Bell. They were footballers; but I was not. Why...

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TRA: Slave to the Circadian Rhythm

Slave to the circadian rhythm: Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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#MeToo Makes Number Three in ArtReview Power 100

The #MeToo movement has sparked a rush of exhibitions in galleries and museums, many focusing solely on female artists in the past year. ...

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Degas: Passion For Perfection

Degas: Passion For Perfection uses the film medium to good effect, allowing the viewer to see the artist's process in action. ...

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‘Site Unseen’ Explores Making and Seeing

  ‘Darren Coffield’s ‘Orgreave’ ite Unseen’ is a group show inaugurating the new exhibition premises of Dellasposa in Lancaster Gate. A New Space for Contemporary Art It...

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US Art Dealers Mobilising in Support of Democrats

An initiative by Swing Left is part of an effort to mobilise the left-leaning energies of the art world to get out the vote for Democrats. ...

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TRA: If you’re not famous at fourteen you’re through

If you're not famous at fourteen you're through: Satirical Saturday Cartoon on Art by Alex Brenchley 2018...

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Superheroes More Violent Than Villains

Despite positive themes, new research suggests superhero characters often idolised by young viewers may send a strongly negative message when it comes to violence....

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Andy: A Factual Fairytale – The Life and Times of Andy Warhol

As part of SelfMadeHero's Arts Masters series, Andy: A Factual Fairytale doesn’t shy away from the gritty details of the life of the artist....

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