Talk: Ecological variation, mate sharing, and the potential for sperm competition in Wellington tree weta
Tina Wey recently completed a post-doctoral fellowship with our lab and will be presenting some of her findings at the annual conference of the Canadian Society for Ecology and Evolution. The talk will take place May 9th in Victoria, BC as part of a symposium entitled Ecology and Evolution in a Social Context. Drop by to check out the latest in weta research if you are attending CSEE 2017! We thank Tina for representing our research and wish her the best of luck with her talk.
We are pleased to announce that this workshop organized by Clint Kelly will be offered at Université du Québec à Montréal (SB M250) on February 22nd from 8:00-18:00. The workshop will be presented by Julie Faure-Lacroix (Université Laval), Pier-Luc St-Onge (Université McGill) and Daniel Stubbs (Université de Montréal) of Calcul Québec. Registration is free and the workshop is open to post-docs, graduate students and faculty. For more information and to register, please click here.
Our PhD student Julien Céré will be interviewed tomorrow morning February 1st on local Montréal station CISM 89,3 FM's show Le Lab, co-hosted by none other than one of our Master's students, Aurélie Lagueux-Béloin! The show will be from 9-10:30AM EST and can be listened to live or streamed anytime later online from Le Lab's website here. Julien will discuss his research regarding the applications of social network theory and game theory to video games.
We are happy to announce several recent publications from members of the Kelly lab!
Clint has co-authored a publication on sperm competition theory in the Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science with Michael Jennions and recently published a review of Cryptic Female Choice in Arthropods: Patterns, Mechanisms and Prospects in The Quarterly Review of Biology.
Our postdoctoral fellow Tina Wey has also recently co-authored two publications: a short review on animal social networks in Behavioural Ecology and an article on personality and social plasticity in water striders in Journal of Animal Ecology.
The Kelly Lab is pleased to welcome three new MSc students this fall: Sarah Nason, Éloïse Adam-Granger and Valérie L'Heureux. Learn more about their projects here!
Brittany Tawes (grad student from Iowa State University) has published her masters research on catch-up growth in crickets in Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. Great work Brittany!
Parker et al. 2016. Transparency in Ecology and Evolution: Real Problems, Real Solutions. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.
Julien discusses his research on video games on Les samedis du monde.
Des joueurs scrutés à la loupe. Actualité UQAM. 13 June.