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BEEPSS Hall of Fame

Last update: : Monday 16 April 2018, by Nicolas Busser

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Barbara Tschirren
Barbara Tschirren presented at the BEEPSS on the 12th of April 2018
How do you like your eggs?
Artificial selection reveals the costs, benefits and constraints shaping the evolution of maternal provisioning
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Heiko Rödel
Heiko Rödel presented at the BEEPSS on the 5th of April 2018
Sibling effects in European rabbits: a lifetime perspective
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Valérie Simonneaux
Valérie Simonneaux presented at the BEEPSS on the 29th March 2018
Hypothalamic RFamides drive cycles in reproduction
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Suvi Ruuskanen
Suvi Ruuskanen presented at the BEEPSS on the 22th March 2018
Maternal thyroid hormones: ecology, evolution and endocrine disruption
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Gabriele Sorci
Gabriele Sorci presented at the BEEPSS on the 14th of December 2017
Does early infection affect the rate of aging?
An experimental test with pro- and anti-inflammatory parasites
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Arpat Ozgul
Arpat Ozgul presented at the BEEPSS on the 7th of December 2017
Population and Trait Dynamics in Changing Environments
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François-Xavier Dechaume-Moncharmont
François-Xavier Dechaume-Moncharmont presented at the BEEPSS on the 23th of November 2017
Someday your Prince Charming will come, but is it worth waiting?
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Sylvain Giroud
Sylvain Giroud presented at the BEEPSS on the 16th of November 2017
Being a heterotherm in a changing world: underlying mechanisms and further implications
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Renaud Scheifler
Renaud Scheifler presented at the BEEPSS on the 19th of October 2017
From ecotoxicology to stress ecology
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Pauline Vuarin
Pauline Vuarin presented at the BEEPSS on the 21th of September 2017
Implication of post-copulatory sexual selection for reproductive success in a promiscuous bird
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Rudy Boonstra
Rudy Boonstra presented at the BEEPSS on the 13th of July 2017
Evolution of the Stress axis in North American Ground Squirrels
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Lauren Brent
Lauren Brent presented at the BEEPSS on the 1st of June 2017
Fitness correlates of social networks in group-living animals
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Benjamin Rey
Benjamin Rey presented at the BEEPSS on the 4th of May 2017
Revisiting the costs and benefits of group‐living through the lens of physiology in a wild cooperative breeder: the Alpine marmot
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Dina Dechmann
Dina Dechmann presented at the BEEPSS on the 6th of April 2017
Rediscovering an old phenomenon: individual shrinking and regrowth as a winter adaption in high-metabolic mammals
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Simon Verhulst
Simon Verhulst presented at the BEEPSS on the 23th of March 2017
Telomeres and life histories
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Simon Chamaillé
Simon Chamaillé presented at the BEEPSS on the 24th of November 2016
Catch me if you can: proactive and reactive responses shape the dynamics of a predator-prey space race in an African savanna
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Silke Kipper
Silke Kipper presented at the BEEPSS on the 3th of November 2016
Singing in the city park – studying courtship displays, mating decisions, and life histories of common nightingales
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Damien Roussel
Damien Roussel presented at the BEEPSS on the 13th of October 2016
Mitochondrial phenotypic flexibility and its relevance for animal performance
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Victor Planas-Bielsa
Victor Planas-Bielsa presented at the BEEPSS on the 6th of October 2016
Big Data from the Antarctic - A Statistical approach to the breeding cycle of the Adélie penguin
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Tony Wiliams
Tony Wiliams presented at the BEEPSS on the 24th of June 2016
How hard do birds work? Individual variation and physiology of foraging during parental care.
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Andrew Young
Andrew Young presented at the BEEPSS on the 10th of June 2016
Sex differences in cooperation and ageing in wild social vertebrates
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Hanna Kokko
Hanna Kokko presented at the BEEPSS on the 22nd of April 2016
Males exist. Does it matter?
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Anders Pape Møller (right)
Anders Pape Møller presented at the BEEPSS on the 18th of March 2016
Are Animals and Plants Adapting to Low-dose Radiation at Chernobyl and Fukushima?