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Simon Gingins
Fish social behaviour researcher, photographer & outdoors guy. Postdoc at , Max Planck Institute, Konstanz.
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Simon Gingins May 24
Replying to @squarepegmommy
“Une rivière” 😛 Cheers from the french speaking side of Switzerland
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Simon Gingins Apr 30
Since several of my gems have already been mentioned, I’ll go with « 438 Days » which I recently read. The incredible account of a man lost at sea... a much less romantic version of « the old man and the sea » 😉
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Simon Gingins Apr 30
That’s my favorite one on the topic 🤩
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Nichola Raihani Feb 28
Wow this is amazing!
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Simon Gingins Feb 24
Haha I was just about to suggest that 😂
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Simon Gingins Feb 22
Replying to @hmnaik @BaileyCarlin
Too big! We need to run a proper experiment 😛
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Simon Gingins Feb 21
Replying to @BaileyCarlin
A kiwi 🥝 For its grip, weight and shape
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Blair Costelloe Feb 18
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Hemal🦉Naik Feb 17
Take a trip through the history of animal behavior experiments with VR. Open access copy of "Animals in Virtual Environments" is out at (). First ever non-human VR paper in
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Simon Garnier Feb 14
Wow! This year's winner of 's "Dance Your Ph.D." contest really took it to another level!
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Daniel Bolnick Feb 1
In the past week people have correctly expressed concern over the twitter piling-on re . I want to share a few thoughts about whether twitter is a suitable place for this to play out... [thread]
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Daniel Bolnick Jan 30
Now up on Eco-Evo Evo-Eco blog, two posts on The first is a neutral narrative about my role and insight. The second link to a growing spreadsheet listing retractions, questions, and papers that are confirmed to be OK
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Simon Gingins Jan 16
Replying to @MadS100tist
REPLICATE
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Fredrik Jutfelt 🐡 Jan 8
Our new paper in shows that ocean acidification doesn’t impair the behaviour of of coral reef fishes. I’ll break it down below.
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Dominique Roche Jan 8
Ever wondered why bizarrely causes reef fish to be attracted to the scent of predators? Well... it doesn't. We show this in multiple species & life stages using transparent & reproducible methods
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Simon Gingins Jan 4
Replying to @AlongsideWild
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Hemal🦉Naik Jan 1
Hello 2020, Our review paper -> in preprint on Behavior experiments with visual virtual stimuli from Tinbergen' models to FreemoVR. Co-authors: , Nassir Navab, .
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Hemal🦉Naik Jan 1
Did you know the first ever setup "for" an animal was designed in 2000? More info in our review paper on "Animals in Virtual Environments" available here: . Teaser picture courtesy :
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