ISAE 2016 Conference Themes
- Applied Ethology and Tinbergen’s questions: Function and Evolution
- Applied Ethology and Tinbergen’s questions: Behavioural development
- Applied Ethology and Tinbergen’s questions: Causation
- Trade-offs and synergies between welfare and other major global issues
- Positive welfare
- Consciousness, cognition and emotion
- Integration of social science and applied ethology
- Emerging and future issues in applied ethology
- Novel techniques
- Individual differences
- Qualitative research
- Free topics
Dawkins, Marian Stamp
Niko Tinbergen and W,H.Thorpe: very different answers to the question of animal awareness
Applied Ethology and Tinbergen’s questions: Function and Evolution
The long reach of early life: How developmental experience shapes adult behaviour in the European starling
Applied Ethology and Tinbergen’s questions: Behavioural development
Smulders, Tom V.
From food-hoarding titmice to stressed poultry: integration of functional and mechanistic approaches to behaviour.
Applied Ethology and Tinbergen’s questions: Causation
Breed-specific stress-coping characteristics and welfare concerns on pig production in China
Trade-offs and synergies between welfare and other major global issues
Paul, Elizabeth and Mendl, Mike
A Comparative Science of Emotion
Plenary given as part of the 2013 ISAE Creativity Award
More than Refinement – improving the validity and reproducibility of animal research
Plenary given as part of the 2015 ISAE Creativity Award
Welcome Reception, Assembly Rooms
This is a chance to get to know your fellow future-researchers! Join us for a Student Get-Together during the Welcome Reception on Tuesday, the 12th of July, at around 8 PM. We will meet in the Music Room at the Assembly Rooms where the Opening Ceremony will take place - have a look for signs indicating the exact spot. There will be a short quiz to get to know each other a bit and afterwards there is time to chat and exchange. We are looking forward to meeting you there!
Friday 15 July 12.30 - 13.15 JMCC
We all know that professors are always busy busy busy - but we hope to give you the chance to talk to one of them in a non-busy environment during our "Students-meet-Professors" lunch on Friday, the 15th of July, during the lunch break. Please have a look at the ISAE Student Members Facebook page to see how it works.