Human activity leads to bee-wilderment

Human activity leads to bee-wilderment

The impact of human activity on the sensory environment is undeniable. This can have drastic impacts on interspecific communication. In this article, I will explore how human activity can influence one of the most ecologically important examples of interspecific...
Plenary updates and photo competition!

Plenary updates and photo competition!

Hello and welcome to the 3rd International Student Symposium on Animal Behaviour and Cognition! We are excited to announce our first plenary speaker, Dr. Sonja Wild. Dr. Wild is a leading behavioural ecologist whose research focuses on the drivers of behavioural...

Early-bird registration is open!

We are extremely pleased that ECRs and more established researchers from more than 30 countries all over the world are keen on joining us in Mexico. Our team has been working hard these past months and we are excited to announce that Early-bird registrations for...
Upping the ant-e for builders everywhere

Upping the ant-e for builders everywhere

Ants are famous for their collective behaviour. They will often work together to build amazing structures which help make their local environment more favourable for them. In this blog post, I’ll be going over a few of my favourite examples. April Nobile / ©...