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HELLO AGAIN!

If you want to track it you should put a barcode on it. Maybe it was this famous lyric that made behavioural researchers think about adding barcodes to animals they wanted to keep track of. In our interview, Damien Farine talks about how he and his colleagues came up with this idea and how the […]

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4th Culture Conference held in July at the University of Stirling

From 12th to 13th of July, social learning researchers of different disciplines and levels of career gathered again for the annual Culture Conference. For the first time in its young history, this year’s Culture Conference was not held in Birmingham, but in Stirling, organised and hosted by Christine Caldwell’s research group (many thanks to PhD […]

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Attendees of the second annual ESLR workshop

2nd Annual ESLR Summer Workshop

The Early-Career Social Learning Researchers Society (ESLR) held its second workshopon the 21st and 22nd June 2018 at the University of St Andrews, Scotland. The workshop hosted 24 early-career researchers from 16 institutions. Attendees took part in interactive sessions covering techniques and methods in the study of social learning, issues in early-career research, working across […]

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