Ecology and Evolution Seminar Series

Seminars from the RSB Division of Ecology and Evolution (E&E).

Upcoming events

06
Jun
2017
Speaker: Louis Ranjard, CBBU, RSB
Geographic patterns of song variation are common in passerines and can develop as a consequence of the mechanisms of song acquisition and dispersal.

Past events

26
May
2017
Speaker: Fiorella Ramirez Esquivel, Zeil Group, E&E, RSB
The complex, flexible and robust behaviours of insect societies are guided by sensory systems, in particular olfaction for communication and vision for navigation.
23
May
2017
Speaker: Xia Hua, Bromham Group, E&E, RSB
A growing body of evidence suggests that rates of diversification of biological lineages are correlated with differences in genome-wide mutation rate.
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16
May
2017
Speaker: Tim Parker, Whitman College
Effective scientific progress requires that researchers report what they find and how they found it.
09
May
2017
Speaker: Emma Vitikainen, Centre for Ecology and Conservation, University of Exeter
Cooperative breeding is a reproductive strategy where individuals look after young that are not their own.

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