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Chris R Reid
Collective Behaviour researcher. Ant and slime mould botherer. Enthusiastic rock-turner.
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Dr Rupert Marshall Sep 18
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Chris R Reid Sep 18
Replying to @Amata_georgeii
These are looking fantastic George, well done!
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Ariana Strandburg-Peshkin Sep 16
JOB ALERT: We're looking for TWO postdocs to join our collaborative project on communication and collective behavior: 1. Analysis of collective movement (in Konstanz w/ me) 2. Bioacoustics & machine learning (in San Diego w/ Marie Roch) Please RT!
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Chris R Reid Sep 16
Replying to @jayc456
It’s a Harlequin Hibiscus bug, Tectocoris diophthalmus
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Chris R Reid Sep 15
A chance to work in marine biology at a top institution with one of my favourite people on the planet. Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity.
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ABC Science Sep 9
The Australian shrub known as dog's balls will finally be given a scientific name
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dr. brooke flammang Sep 5
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Chris R Reid Sep 6
Replying to @ChrisRReid1
Thanks for all these responses, some excellent suggestions here. Expect some emails soon!
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Chris R Reid Sep 4
Hi twitter, can anyone recommend a good lab in Austria that might be interested in collaborating on an ant tracking/behaviour project? (also open to bees/wasps if necessary). Ta!
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Chris R Reid Sep 4
That's a nice swarm!
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Chris R Reid Sep 4
Woo hoo!! Well done Yuko, and very well deserved.
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Sylvain ❄️👨🏻‍🎓 Aug 30
Light-induced self-assembly of cats using visible light mediated photoinduced electron transfer–reversible addition–fragmentation chain transfer polymerization
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Chris R Reid Sep 2
Replying to @OliGriffith @MQBiology
Woo hoo! Great choice ! So glad you’ll be here Oli. It’s a fantastic place to work.
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Melanie Bishop Aug 28
JOB!!! Come and join my team . I am looking for a research assistant to support our oyster reef restoration and research. Closes 10th Sept. Must be able to start Oct 2019.
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ASAB-2019-Konstanz Aug 28
Great talk by ! Fish with saccadic motion cannot detect visual information equally at all times, but being in a group with peers that are not in synch allows them to overcome this limitation.
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Subash Ray Aug 28
Hey , do you want to see a talk about this cool organism? Come and hear me speak about in Room A701 at 3:35 pm. (Title: Distributed Information transfer in slime mold Physarum polycephalum)
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Christos Ioannou Aug 28
More from the Ioannou group TODAY! 17.10 will explain why fish shoals change collective states, then 17.25 we have on individual and collective sensing. All unpublished stuff.
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Sam Matchette Aug 27
Casually squeezed my entire PhD thesis in to a poster!
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Chris R Reid Aug 27
Praise from Caesar!
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Chris R Reid Aug 25
Ah, of course! I can’t say Gainesville has a high chance of receiving a visit anytime soon, but who can tell?
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