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Séminaires BEEPSS / BEEPSS Seminars

Behaviour, Evolution, Ecology and Physiology Seminar Strasbourg. A weekly seminar on the topics of ethology and eco-physiology, always with a focus on evolution.
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Preliminary program for the autumn BEEPSS

27th Sept Loren Hayes, University of Chattanooga, USA
Amphi Perey!  
4. Oct  
Amphi Perey!  
11. Oct  
   
18. Oct  
Amphi Perey!  
25. Oct School Holidays
   
1. Nov public holiay  
   
8. Nov Damien Farine, Max Planck Institute for Ornithology,
Amphi Perey! Radolfszell, Germany and Neeltje Boogert
15. Nov.  
   
22. Nov Petter Kappeler, Primate Centre Göttingen, Germay
Amphi Perey! Adult sex ratios and lemur sex roles
29. Nov Guillaume Dezecache, Institut Jean Nicod (CNRS EHESS ENS)
  Alarm calling and responses to danger in humans and chimpanzees
6. Dec  
   
13. Dec  
   
  • Thursday 23 November 2017 13:30-15:00
    Someday your Prince Charming will come, but is it worth waiting?
    François-Xavier Dechaume-Moncharmont, Université de Bourgogne Franche-Comté, Dijon
    Place: Amphithéâtre Marguerite Perey, bâtiment 1
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Overview of the next BEEPSS Seminars

Thursday 27 September 13:00-14:30 Loren Hayes, University of Chattanooga, USA
Mammalian sociality: Causes and consequences of intraspecific variation in social organization
Thursday 4 October 13:00-14:30 Neil Metcalfe, University of Glasgow
The causes and consequences of individual variation in metabolic rate
Thursday 18 October 13:00-14:30 Carsten Schradin, IPHC-DEPE
The Evolution of Intra-Specific Variation in Social Organisation in Mammals and its Implication for Social Evolution
Thursday 22 November 13:00-14:30 Peter Kappeler, Universität Göttingen & Deutsches Primatenzentrum
Adult sex ratios and lemur sex roles
Thursday 6 December 13:00-14:30 François Criscuolo, IPHC-DEPE
Telomere in evolutionary biology: where are we and what’s next?
Thursday 13 December 13:00-14:30 Anika Immer, Macquarie University, Australia
Ecology of fear in the zebra finch