May 2022: Royal Society meeting on collective behaviour

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11/16/20231 min read

After being postponed by the pandemic, we finally had our meeting! It was organised with Kate Laskowski on ‘Collective animal behaviour through time‘. The idea is to exchange ideas and encourage more research on the developmental and evolutionary aspects of collective behaviour in animals, which we think has been lacking in favour of determining the mechanisms of collective behaviour.

The meeting took place 23 – 24 May 2022 in central London, registration was free, and we had a fantastic line up of speakers. You can see more details on the Royal Society website.