Events

19
Apr
2021
22
Apr
2021

E&E Webinar: Environments, kinship, and the evolution of societies »

4pm 22 April

There is great variation in how individuals interact with each other. Variation in sociality has been argued to reflect adaptations to the environment, but the exact links between local conditions and social behaviors are often unclear.

10
May
2021

The Australian Biochemistry Lunch 2021 - The Canberra Protein Group »

12pm 10 May

10th May Anne Conibear, University of Queensland

13
May
2021

E&E Webinar: Social interactions can generate sexual selection on brains and behavior: insights from the ocellated wrasse »

12pm 13 May

Sexual selection is an important evolutionary force, driving the evolution of striking traits that can appear not only beautiful, but also counter-intuitive and even ridiculous.