Dr Julia Myatt, 'SatNavs, Wiis and sleeping dogs: Modern technology and Animal Behaviour'

Howarth Building, Lecture Theatre 101, University of Birmingham
Lectures Talks and Workshops, Research, Students, Teaching
Monday 18th November 2013 (19:00-21:00)
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Free, but booking is required.
To book or for further information please contact Rachel on 0121 414 4691 or r.a.wrigglesworth@bham.ac.uk

Part of the School of Biosciences' new Autumn Biology Lecture Series. We often picture people who study animal behaviour as standing in a muddy field with a clipboard, pen and binoculars. While this is often still the case(!), new technology is enabling field biologists to address previously unanswerable questions and take our level of understanding to a new level. In this talk we will explore some of the questions we are currently trying to answer, ranging from the behaviour of your domestic pets to hunting in African wild dogs. Open to all who are interested in the study of Biology. Particularly suitable for A-Level students. The lectures are free of charge. All welcome to attend.