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.

 

25/09/2017 Alex Thornton & Meagan Dewar
(International Penguin Early Career Scientists (IPECS))
Penguins!
02/10/2017 Sandra Bustamante Lopez
(Swansea University, VEDAS CII)
Biomedical engineering
09/10/2017 Nafisa Jadavji
(Carleton University)
Nutritional neuroscience
16/10/2017 Liz Martin-Silverstone
(University of Southampton and University of Bristol)
Palaeontology (pterosaurs)
23/10/2017 Alyson Brokaw
(Texas A&M University)
Bats, sensory ecology, animal communication
30/10/2017 Emilie Novaczek
(Memorial University of Newfoundland)
Marine biogeography
06/11/2017 Kristine Richter
(BioArCh, Department of Archaeology, University of York)
Bioarchaeology
13/11/2017 Brittany N. Lasseigne
(HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology)
Genomics
20/11/2017 Brit Garner
(University of Montana; SciShow Psych)
Conservation genomics
27/11/2017 Patrice Jones
(University of Newcastle)
Nutrigenetics
04/12/2017 Sara Cannon
(University of British Columbia)
Coral reef ecology
11/12/2017 Joanna Berger
(University of Edinburgh)
Applied animal behavior and animal welfare science
Christmas break
08/01/18 Ann-Sophie Warkentin
(Bangor University)
Using camera traps to detect small Mammal ecology
15/01/18 Meaghan Pimsler
(University of Alabama)
Entomology (forensic entomology, pollinator biology), and bioinformatics
22/01/18 Stephen Heard
(Dept. of Biology, University of New Brunswick)
Evolutionary ecology; plant-insect interactions
29/01/18 Robin Hayward
(University of Stirling)
Selective logging and rainforest flora
05/02/18 Morgan Jackson
(University of Guelph)
Entomology/taxonomy
12/02/18 Adam Marcus
(Emory University)
Cancer biology
19/02/18 Meghan Barrett
(Drexel University )
Arthropod neuroecology
26/02/18 Andrew Durso
(Max Planck Institute for Biogeochemistry, Utah State University)
Reptiles, population ecology, human-wildlife interactions, biodiversity, toxin resistance
05/03/18
12/03/18
19/03/18 Association of Polar Early Career Scientists (APECS)
(APECS & various international unis/groups)
Polar science
26/03/18
02/04/18
09/04/18
16/04/18
23/04/18
30/04/18
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