Seminars and Events

Tinbergen Building Closure

Due to the closure of the Tinbergen building from the 13th Feb, all seminars and events will be moved to alternative venues. Please check here for updated information and the Department's Twitter Feed

Monday, 16th October 2017

Primitive cognition in slime moulds

Dr Audrey Dussutour, University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse
Venue: Museum of Natural History, Lecture theatre, 1- 2 pm

Monday, 23rd October 2017

Genes as cues: integration of genetic and epigenetic information from a Darwinian perspective

Dr Sasha Dall, University of Exeter
Venue: Museum of Natural History, Lecture theatre, 1- 2 pm

Monday, 30th October 2017

The physiological costs of reproductive effort in male primate

Dr Alexander Georgiev, University of Bangor
Venue: Department of Zoology, New Radcliffe House, 1- 2 pm

Monday, 6th November 2017

Predatory Bdellovibrio bacteria- evolution of predation and application of predators against AMR infection

Professor Liz Sockett, University of Nottingham
Venue: Museum of Natural History, Lecture theatre, 1- 2 pm

Monday, 13th November 2017

Epi-Evo: insights into epigenetic mechanisms from evolutionary analyses

Dr Peter Sarkies, Imperial College London
Venue: Museum of Natural History, Lecture theatre, 1- 2 pm

Monday, 20th November 2017

WELDON Lecture: Puzzles in Ecology — Extreme events, and Evolution — Menopause

Professor Shripad Tuljapurkar, Stanford University
Venue: Museum of Natural History, Lecture theatre, 4pm.

Monday, 27th November 2017

The naturally short-lived African turquoise killifish sheds light on the evolutionary basis of vertebrate ageing

Dr Dario Valenzano, Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing, Cologne
Venue: Department of Zoology, New Radcliffe House, 1- 2 pm