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Upcoming activities

Date Activity
5 Sep 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Herbert Jaeger (Bernoulli Institute): An introduction to Reservoir Computing - A bridge between neuroscience and machine learning
12 Sep 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5172.0571 )
Sammy de Grave (University of Oxford): cancelled
13 Sep 2019 PhD defence (14:30 - Academy Building)
Marelle Heesterbeek (Neurobiology): Passive exercise, an effective therapy? - Exploring whole body vibration, therapeutic motion simulation and a combination of both
20 Sep 2019 PhD defence (14:30 - Academy Building)
Diana Esquivel Franco (Neurobiology): In search of animal models for male sexual dysfunction - Pharmacological studies in normal and serotonin transporter knockout rats
3 Oct 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Max Scott (North Carolina State University): Development of genetic systems for control of insect pests
11 Oct 2019 PhD defence (16:15 - Academy Building)
Almut Schlaich (Conservation Ecology): Migrants in double jeopardy - Ecology of Montagu's Harriers on breeding and wintering grounds
17 Oct 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Eva Knop (university of Bern): Impact of artificial light at night on plant-pollinator interactions
24 Oct 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5171.0415)
André de Roos (University of Amsterdam): Back to May 1972: Juvenile-adult asymmetry results in large, complex and stable ecological communities
31 Oct 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Ron Stoop (Lausanne): Active coping with fear - A pathway in the amygdala sensitive to oxytocin
5 Nov 2019 PhD defence (11:00 - Academy Building)
Leonel Herrera Alsina (TRÊS): Species selection and the spatial distribution of diversity
7 Nov 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Beatriz Vicoso (IST Austria): Gene expression evolution in sexual and asexual species of Artemia brine shrimp
14 Nov 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Barbara Gravendeel (Leiden University): Darwin comes to town - How urbanisation can trigger plant evolution
21 Nov 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5171.0415)
David Wheatcroft (University of Stockholm): Connecting population-level divergence in sexual trait preferences with species recognition
22 Nov 2019 PhD defence (11:00 - Academy Building)
Theresa Floessner (Neurobiology): Latitudinal differences in the circadian system of Nasonia vitripennis
2 Dec 2019 PhD defence (11:00 - Academy Building)
Neeraj Kumar (EGDB): Neglected aspects of hormone mediated maternal effects - Studies on early embryonic modulation of maternal hormonal signals in avian eggs and related methodological aspects
5 Dec 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5171.0415)
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6 Dec 2019 PhD defence (11:00 - Academy Building)
Sara Raj Pant (BPE): Understanding the evolution of infidelity using the Seychelles warbler system
12 Dec 2019 GELIFES Seminar (16:00 - 5171.0415)
Marion Koopmans (Erasmus MC): tba
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