Centre for Research in Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour (CREEB)
Seminar Programme Spring Term 2018

Thursdays, 1-2 pm, Richmond room (1007).

18-Jan Selina Brace, Natural History Museum
Recovery of DNA from museum specimens
25-Jan Lewis Halsey, University of Roehampton
Applying the ‘energy allocation’ model to the human species – an explanation for stubborn weight gain?
01-Feb Rebecca Meagher, University of Reading
Improving the welfare of young dairy cattle through appropriate environments
08-Feb Caroline Brennan, Queen Mary University of London
Using zebrafish to study the genetics of psychiatric disease
15-Feb Reading Week
22-Feb Zerihun Fole, University of Roehampton
Diversity, Ecosystem Services and Use of Fragmented Forest in SW Ethiopia

Deepak Bhat Dundi, University of Roehampton
Living With Wildlife in the Time of Human-Wildlife Conflict: A Case From Western India
01-Mar Nacho Peralta, University of Roehampton
Ecological drivers of the emergent pollutant biodegradation in streambed sediments
08-Mar Fabio Manfredini, Royal Holloway University of London
Molecular regulation of social behaviour in insects
15-Mar Lasana Harris, University College London
Flexible social cognition and dehumanised perception
22-Mar Alice Carravieri, University of Liverpool
Causes and consequences of environmental contaminant exposure in seabirds
29-Mar China Hanson, Queen Mary University of London
Dispersal and biogeography in the marine deep biosphere