Speaker: Jana Eccard, Institute for Biochemistry and Biology, University of Potsdam, Potsdam, Germany
Behavior is a variable trait of an individual that can vary with its age or the season. Animal personality is an intrinsic, individual characteristic and affects expressions of
Speaker: Terry Ord, Senior Lecturer, University of NSW
The colonization of novel environments has been of special interest to evolutionary biologists because of the opportunity it brings to study natural selection in the wild.
Speaker: Associate Professor Mary Myerscough, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Sydney
Social insects—ants, bees and termites—live in colonies that are made up of thousands, even millions of simple individual insects that interact in simple ways but that are capab
Speaker: Dieter Hochuli (University of Sydney)
Although cities are often seen as hostile places for biodiversity, the conservation of nature in cities is now seen as central to the wellbeing of urban dwellers.