Month: May 2011

Chris Carbone – T. rex sex, life and death: inferences from the fossil record

‘T. rex Sex, Life and Death: Inferences from the fossil record‘ Dr Chris Carbone, (Institute of Zoology, ZSL) Chris Carbone has diverse research interests, but in particular he has explored ecological and evolutionary processes influencing predator-prey relationships. This work has explored how body size influences selection of prey and hunting energetic and population dynamics across carnivore species. …

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LERN Conference 2011

The 9th Annual LERN Conference will be held on Wednesday 5th October 2011 in Malet Place Engineering 1.03 (UCL). The LERN conference provides an opportunity for postgraduate students working on any aspect of evolution to present their work to a diverse audience. This year’s keynote speakers will be Dr. Alex Mesoudi presenting on ‘Human cultural evolution: past, present and future‘ and Professor Adam …

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