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IMPRS for Organismal Biology
International Max Planck Research School for Organismal Biology - for doctoral candidates in animal behaviour, ecology, evolution, physiology + neurobiology.
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Michael Mende May 25
Very much looking forward to be back , albeit digitally
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Ecology of Animal Societies May 26
Looking forward to telling stories about our research on stone-tool using monkeys living in Coiba National Park in Panama!
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IMPRS for Organismal Biology Apr 21
Congratulations!!! I would have loved to celebrate with you, well another reason to meet after Corona! Enjoy your success!
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IMPRS for Organismal Biology Apr 21
Despite the seclusion rules, we held our 1st online oral examination, congratulations to Dr. Ben Mocha👨‍🎓 on his thesis "Social cognition and social behaviour in cooperatively breeding Arabian babblers (Turdoides squamiceps) and humans: a case of convergent evolution?"
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Yitzchak Ben-Mocha Apr 21
Yesterday, I successfully defended my PhD thesis via zoom. This is a good excuse to post a video of these feathered creatures doing their “morning dance”, to re-post the 3 papers (so-far) published from this thesis, and to THANK many great people (1/12):
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IMPRS for Organismal Biology Apr 20
I accept the challenge! 😁 and double my thanks to the volunteers from ! do you have your 😷 ready?
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Max Planck PhDnet Apr 15
When was your last TAC? Our preliminary survey data shows that regular TAC meetings may benefit not only your project, but also how satisfied you are with your PhD supervision. So take the initiative, arrange a call and switch on that virtual background!
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IMPRS for Organismal Biology Apr 6
On a➕ note, Andrea Flack,Post-Doc at the MPI of Animal Behavior has received the James Heineman Research Award 🎉👏in recognition of her outstanding achievements, Andrea's main topic of interest is on Collective migration in a long-distance migrant, more:
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ESLRKonstanz2020 Apr 2
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic we have decided to postpone the 2020 ESLR Workshop until further notice. Read more in the official statement on the website: .
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IMPRS for Organismal Biology Mar 23
Let’s make the best out of it and have us much social distance as possible. What are you and your research group doing? Send pics & ideas to share! Keep well!
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IMPRS for Organismal Biology Mar 23
🏵️🦠 is affecting all, we are locked inside and have to follow strict rules, very depressing! Why not follow when he says: “We need physical distancing & social proximity.” Video conferences works great for seminars but also for☕️breaks, happy 🍻🥂hour & pub quiz’!👏🎉
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AniMove 13 Sep 18
Meg Crofoot giving keynote at - more about her fantastic research here
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Hannah Cozzolino Mar 17
We, Americans, are all scared please get us home. We need our government. No response from US embassy or Consulate in Peru. Hundreds of us here. Please.
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Universität Konstanz Mar 20
Thank you! To everyone out there helping to get under control. Everyone from who is currently able to tries to continue work from home. So: We ! Please do so, too!
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ESLRKonstanz2020 Mar 5
The next ESLR workshop will be held the 22nd - 24th of July. If you want to learn about 'Tracing transmission: from nodes to networks' hurry to register at . Our website can be found at
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ESLRKonstanz2020 Mar 16
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IMPRS for Organismal Biology Mar 3
👨‍🎓Ignas Safari Mng'anya! Congratulations on your doctoral degree on "Evolution of sex-roles in black councils Centropus grill and white-browed councils C. Superciliosus" under the guidance of Dr. Goymann, from MPI for Ornithology in Seewiesen Another one bites the dust! 🎉👏
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IMPRS for Organismal Biology Mar 3
Selection symposium 2020 has unfortunately been cancelled 😱😭due to the 🏵️🏵️🏵️ Corona virus, but we have a plan to overcome this 🧗‍♂️ and we shall get our research projects off the ground, with our outstanding candidates from around the 🌍! Keep in touch!
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IMPRS for Organismal Biology Feb 6
IMPRS students, want an idea for your outreach contribution? why not use to get your work circulating?
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IMPRS for Organismal Biology Feb 5
Although some time ago, we would still like to congratulate Dr. Jacqueline van der Meij on her successful doctoral thesis "Rhythms of the night: new insights into the neurophysiology of avian sleep" ! 🎉👏
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