Thanks to our funders

ESLR is grateful to the following organisations for supporting our workshop: the European Society for Evolutionary Biology (ESEB), the European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association (EHBEA), the Galton Institute, the Institute of Behavioural and Neural Sciences (IBANS), University of St […]

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UK Higher Education Strikes

Expecting a major cut to their pensions got thousands of UK university staff on the street. In February and March 2018, staff at 64 UK universities participated in strike action in protest against proposed changes to the Universities Superannuation Scheme. […]

Interviews Pitch to Publication

Communicating in Colors

Cultured Scene interviewed Thomas Müller about his recently launched phone app. CS: How does the Color Game app work – how do users play the Color Game, and what is the ‘aim of the game’ from the user’s point of […]

How Research Works

How to Master Publishing

Our resident Agony Aunt offers guidance on the key questions bothering early-career researchers, with additional advice crowd-sourced from Twitter. In this edition: Publishing!

Interviews Methods

Barcodes for Birds

Cultured Scene spoke to Damien Farine about his recent paper on “An automated barcode tracking system for behavioural studies in birds”.  CS: In your paper, you describe a new method for tracking individual birds using barcodes on backpacks. Could you […]

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 […]