Month: May 2020

Events, Places and People

Faces of ESLR: Michael Chimento

Our new series will highlight the work of different ESLR society members. Today, we hear from Michael Chimento, a PhD candidate at the Max Planck Institute of Animal Behavior, about his research.

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Faces of ESLR: Alba Motes-Rodrigo

Our new series will highlight the work of different ESLR society members. Today, we hear from Alba Motes-Rodrigo, a PhD student at the University of Tübingen, about her work.

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Pitch to Publication

Of sharks and their ability to learn from others

Catarina Vila Pouca spoke to Cultured Scene about her findings on social learning in juvenile Port Jackson sharks that have been published in Animal Behaviour earlier this year.

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Interviews
Research during a Pandemic

A tribe of poets answered me

An unfortunate side effect of undertaking a PhD is that hobbies are often left by the wayside. We have every intention of carrying them with us on our long and winding academic roads, but somehow they fall from our pockets. By the time we have noticed, the hike back to them can appear too arduous to be worth the effort.

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Research during a Pandemic

The ‘art’ of keeping sane: a PhD caught in a pandemic

To think that a month ago, I lived happily amidst a few people, starting my days early in the sticky warmth of tropical sunshine, enjoying cups of chai, watching for birds, picking up and playing with wind-dispersed seeds. All of this in a small village in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on the far east […]

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