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Clever bee-brains see the forest for the trees

A bee of small brain can see the bigger picture. A study has found that the honeybee can see both the forest and the trees – that is their brains can process their environment and the detail in it – a skill which shows bees are cleverer than monkeys! 11 more words

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Organisations honoured at inaugural Living and Ageing Well Awards

Surrey Libraries, The Village Centre of Englefield Green, and Lynne Baxter and the Mole Valley Ponderers were among those honoured at the inaugural Living and Ageing Well Awards at this month. 176 more words

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LANKVILLE ACTION NEWS: YES!

BUS CRYING

A high incidence of bus crying has been reported this week.

“We have a number of adolescents, looking longingly out bus windows, sobbing,” noted Detective Gee-Temple, who responded to several concerned phone calls. 168 more words

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By: Meredith Francis ~Campus News Editor~

Five killed in Jerusalem attacks
Two Palestinians attacked a synagogue in Jersusalem on Nov. 18. The attackers used knives and axes to kill four rabbis that were praying in the synagogue and to injure six others. 262 more words

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'I Am Groot' In 15 Languages

Guardians of the Galaxy was awesome all around, but it was Groot (a.k.a. Vin Diesel in arguably his finest role to date) who stole the show with his three-word vocabulary and, uh, woodsy adorableness. 54 more words

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Paul Akister's X Factor Dreams Over

The dreams of contestant Paul Akister were shattered as he was eliminated from the talent show tonight after battling it out with Jay James to get through. 76 more words

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Researchers Track Web Searches To Map Who Is Sick

Google and other mega giants have already been toying with the idea and technology to track epidemics over recent years. So far their efforts have come up with shaky results at best. 126 more words

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