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Clean Eating Gorillas Get There On Their Own

Damien Neadle spoke to Cultured Scene about his recent publication and its making: Food cleaning in gorillas: Social learning is a possibility but not a necessity. The paper Cultured Scene: What is the key finding of your study? Damien Neadle: […]


Summer Workshop 2018

21st-22nd June 2018 University of St Andrews (UK) It is time for our Society’s second annual workshop. Following a successful first edition, held in Manchester in 2017, we invite you now to a two-day multi-disciplinary workshop at the University of St […]


Cultured Scene: Our All New Magazine

May I introduce the latest issue of our Society’s magazine. What is it for and what kind of articles and topics can you expect in this and the upcoming issues? Early on in your career you have one hundred and […]

Editorial News

Ready, Steady, Spring

The snow is slowly melting, the sun is shining longer, and nature is returning from hibernation. The signs are clear: only three months to our second annual workshop. This year, we are going to meet at the University of St. […]

Editorial News


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 […]

Attendees of the second annual ESLR workshop
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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 […]