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Research Roundup: Monkeys and face recognition, animals advance AI, sugar to treat heart disease, and more!

Welcome to this week’s Research Roundup. These Friday posts aim to inform our readers about the many stories that relate to animal research each week. Do you have an animal research story we should include in next week’s Research Roundup? 859 more words


Malaysia’s marvellous macaques

Spending weeks with a troop of wild monkeys is an unforgettable experience. Watching them play, groom, feed and snooze so close to you is amazing. Even trying to keep up with them rapidly swinging through trees while more clumsily crashing through the undergrowth below was a fun challenge. 605 more words

Segar Rd residents worry over monkey attacks

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

A recent spate of attacks by an aggressive monkey has left residents at Segar Road in Bukit Panjang wary of being its next target. 370 more words

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In deep thought

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Let Her Stay (pt7/8)

This Is What We Came For

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Slowly. Step by step. Savouring each breath, feeling the sun on her skin, a stray breeze raising the tips of her hair and caressing her cheek like a lover. 315 more words



I don’t care for one-night stays, but this stop was definitely worthwhile. (If on my own, I’d make this a two-night stop, time permitting). We made oyaki buns, toured an ancient temple and saw snow monkeys. 758 more words


Vaccination of chickens alone ‘not enough to manage bird flu risk’

On Tuesday,  Minister of State for National Development Koh Poh Koon in Parliament, replied to questions about the culling of 100+ chickens in Sungei Api Api Pasir Ris : ” The vaccination of free-roaming chickens is not, on its own, an effective solution in managing the risk of bird flu” 224 more words

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