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Bumblebees appear to feel pain

New research by a team at Queen Mary University of London shows that bumblebees can modify their response to 'noxious' (painful) stimuli in a manner that is viewed in other animals as consistent with the ability to feel pain.

Native New Zealand tree puts the sting on pain

Researchers at The University of Queensland (UQ) have found that a native New Zealand stinging tree produces toxins that could hold clues for future pain medication.

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