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[[[image-0 medium right]]] As an OU Student, you are automatically subscribed and able to access up-to-date articles from the fantastic resource, New Scientist. This is not only of interest to science students but to anyone who likes to stay infomed about cutting-edge research and how it affects our natural world and our societies.

Today, Dr Miranda Dyson, from the UK’s Open University talks about the phenomenon of surfing oceanic crabs. The article, Surfing on a turtle’s tail makes swinging crabs monogamous, is just one of the examples of new research that can be found in New Scientist.

Some of the other facinating articles today include:

Who do you think you are? 4 rules can help you know yourself

Fish recorded singing dawn chorus on reefs just like birds

Should babies be given solids earlier to prevent food allergies?