Sociality, Heterogeneity, Organisation and Leadership in Animal Societies
Start time: 16:00 / End time: 17:00 / Date: 11 Dec 2018 / Venue: Lecture Theatre 1 Life Sciences Building
Open to: Students in host dept/school/institute/centre / Staff in host dept/school/institute/centre / Students from same Faculty as host dept/school/institute/centre / Staff from same Faculty as host dept/school/institute/centre / Students within this Faculty / Staff within this Faculty / Specific UOL Students (for details see 'Suitable For') / Specific UOL Staff (for details see 'Suitable For')
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About the event
Speaker: Andrew King (Swansea University)
Andrew will give an overview of the research his team conducts on the social behaviour of animals. Andrew will explain how technological advances are providing us with the opportunity to quantify and model the heterogeneity that exists within the groups he studies, and within environments in which these groups live. In doing so, Andrew will allow the audience to choose which research they would like to learn about in real-time, with options ranging from studies of fish, birds, ungulates and primates (including people).
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