Schedule

Available dates are highlighted in bold red. New dates will be added to this list on an ongoing basis. Clicking the contributor’s name will open a new page to their twitter account.

For previous contributors, visit the Archive.

07/01/19 Viktor Baranov (Senckenberg Research Institute and Natural History Museum) Aquatic entomology /  palaeoecology /  biodiversity and climate change
14/01/19 Kimberleigh Tommy
(Centre of Excellence in Palaeosciences)
Palaeoanthropology, functional morphology
21/01/19 Kimberley Simpson (University of York) Fire ecology
28/01/19 Jesamine Bartlett
(Univeristy of Birmingham & British Antarctic Survey)
Polar ecology – invasive species in Antarctica in particular
04/02/19 Nancy Miorelli
(SciBugs)
Entomology: structural color & ecological tours
11/02/19 Daisy Maryon
(Univeristy of South Wales, Kanahau Utila Research and Conservation Facility, international iguana foundation)
Herpetology, population ecology
18/02/19 Kannan Raja
(Bangor University)
Zoology/Panthera teeth and feeding ecology
25/02/19 Hannah Rudd
(University of York)
Marine biology/ conservation
04/03/19 Patrick Kennedy
(University of Bristol)
Evolution of social insects (wasps, ants, bees, and termites!)
11/03/19 Hannah Brazeau
(University of New Brunswick)
Plant community ecology / floral chemical ecology
18/03/19 Lauren Callender
(Queen Mary University of London)
Immunology
25/03/19 Stephen Beckett
(Georgia Institute of Technology)
Computational ecology and microbial ecology
01/04/19 Jenny Howard
(Wake Forest University)
Foraging ecology/seabirds
08/04/19 Wes Wilson
(UWA / NCARD / Mostly Science
Oncology / immunotherapy
15/04/19 Malaria Atlas Project
(Big Data Institute, University of Oxford, IHME)
Malaria, geospatial modelling
22/04/19 Julie Teresa Shapiro
(Institut national de la santé et recherche médicale)
Ecology, bats, antibiotic resistance
29/04/19 Dead Birds of Rutgers – Newark
(Rutgers University – Newark / New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Ornithology, window collisions, urban ecology, conservation
06/05/19 Jesse Czekanski-Moir
(SUNY-ESF (Syracuse, NY, USA) / Belau National Museum (Palau))
Ants, land snails, & sundry invertebrates
13/05/19
20/05/19
27/05/19 Nat Ring
(University of Bath)
Microbial genomics
03/06/19
10/06/19
17/06/19
24/06/19
01/07/19 Saloni Rose
(IISER Mohali)
Neuroscience
08/07/19
15/07/19
22/07/19
29/07/19
05/08/19
12/08/19
19/08/19
26/08/19
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