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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 ISSABC 2023 are now open! In-person registration starts at only $15 USD, while if you can’t make it to Mexico you can join us online for only $5 USD! You can find more information on the registration fees and deadlines on our website or on our Open Collective page. At ISSABC, we believe that transparency is a big deal, especially when it comes to handling money. So we are very happy to announce that all of the payments for the conference will be made through Open Collective with the support of All For Climate DAO. This way, everybody can be aware of how the funds we collect are handled. On our website, you can also find a (very early!) outline of our programme. As you can see, we are planning to have a lot of interesting...
[ENGLISH] We are now in the process of selecting the Early-career (Postdoc) plenary speakers. If you are interested in being a plenary speaker or you would like to propose a candidate for it, you still have time to do so by contacting us! You can also propose your candidate using this form. The deadline is the 31st of October 2022. If you have any queries don’t hesitate to contact us. [ESPAÑOL] Ahora estamos en el proceso de seleccionar a investigadores nóveles (Postdoc) como ponentes. Si estás interesado/a en ser ponente o te gustaría proponer a un candidato para ello, ¡todavía tienes tiempo de hacerlo contactándonos! También puedes proponer un ponente a través de este formulario. La fecha límite es el 31 de Octubre de 2022. Si tienes cualquier pregunta no dudes en contactarnos.
Article written by Matthew Wheelwright Published & edited by Janire CastellanoAnts 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 / © AntWeb.org / CC BY-SA 3.0 When it comes to architecture in the insect world, ants are true artisans. For decades, researchers have marvelled at the intricate structures which allow them to control the environment around them and make even potentially hostile environments suitable for them to thrive in. One of the most striking examples of this is built by a species of leafcutter ant (Atta vollenweideri). This species builds its nests in dense, clay-rich soils which is potentially problematic since air cannot easily permeate through this type of soil and thus could lead to either a lack of oxygen or a build-up of carbon dioxide within the nest, both...
DO YOU WANT TO SHARE YOUR RESEARCH STORIES WITH OTHER ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR STUDENTS? We are looking for animal behaviour students at any level, to write a small summary of their research project, to share with a growing community of early career researchers. This is a great way to show off your achievements, to network with like-minded students, and to participate in the wider research community in a friendly and constructive environment. NOT INVOLVED IN ANY RESEARCH YET? WRITE AN ARTICLE ABOUT AN ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR TOPIC YOU ARE PASSIONATE INSTEAD! Fill out this form and we'll be in touch with more information! Animal Behaviour articles - Google Forms The ISSABC 2023 team