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Gorillas can learn to clean food on their own, without social cues
Gorillas don't need to witnesses others cleaning their food to adopt the behavior. They can learn it on their own — spontaneously.
Palestinian children learn in tent after school demolished
Early in the morning, dozens of students assembled in columns outside the Jubbet adh-Dibh primary school. Encouraged by their teachers, they launched into a rendition of the Palestinian national anthem, Fidai.
Citizen science volunteers driven by desire to learn
People who give up their time for online volunteering are mainly motivated by a desire to learn, a new study has found.
Helping robots learn to see in 3D
Autonomous robots can inspect nuclear power plants, clean up oil spills in the ocean, accompany fighter planes into combat and explore the surface of Mars.
Asian sides learn FIFA U20 World Cup opponents
Asian sides learned their FIFA U20 World Cup Korea Republic 2017 opponents on Wednesday following the tournament's official draw in Suwon.
Murray, Konta learn French Open draws
British men's number one Andy Murray will face a qualifier in the first round of the French Open.
Teams learn AFC futsal club opponents
Twelve AFC Futsal Club Championship Thailand 2016 hopefuls learned their opponents on Friday when the draw for July’s competition was held in the Thai capital.
Rocks can help us learn about past climates
Scientists have found a new way to tease out signals about Earth's climatic past from soil deposits on gravel and pebbles, adding an unprecedented level of detail to the existing paleoclimate record and revealing a time in North America's past when summers were wetter than normal.
British PM:
Learn English or risk deportation
Scientists teach machines to learn like humans
A team of scientists has developed an algorithm that captures our learning abilities, enabling computers to recognize and draw simple visual concepts that are mostly indistinguishable from those created by humans.
Team solves longtime puzzle about how we learn
More than a century ago, scientists figured out that dogs fed after hearing a bell eventually began to salivate when they heard the ring. A Johns Hopkins University-led research team has now figured out a key aspect of why.
Teachers urged to learn how to mark
Teachers should be given specialized training so they learn how to mark properly following concerns over the lack of competent examiners, the head of one of the exam boards in England has said.

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