15 January, Candy Rowe, Newcastle University, "How important are nutrients in predators' decisions to eat aposematic prey?"
29 January, Ido Pen, University of Groningen, "The evolution of eusociality"
19 February, Chris Templeton, University of St. Andrews, "Duet function and coordination in happy wrens"
26 February, Phil Stephens, University of Durham, "Limitations and opportunities in the study of wild mammals"
5 March, Sam Cartwright, University of Reading, "Agriculture's effect on a tropical forest bird: from cradle to grave"
19 March, Yannick Wurm, Queen Mary University of London, "Evolution of a social chromosome in fire ants"
30 April, Maaike de Jong, University of Bristol, "Ecological genetics of life history and host plant adaptation in the Glanville fritillary butterfly"
7 May, Alex Vail, University of Cambridge, "The cognitive abilities of cooperatively hunting groupers"
The seminars will be held at 5pm in C51 (Staff Common Room) on irregular Tuesdays, as advertised above. All staff, postgraduates and undergraduates are welcome, as are visitors from outside the University. Everyone is also welcome to join the speaker in the pub afterwards!