50th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology
Titel: 50th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology
Identifier: http://www.isae2016.co.uk/
Veranstaltungsort: Edinburgh
Anfangsdatum: 12.07.2016
Enddatum: 16.07.2016
Autor: ISAE = International Society for Applied Ethology <Edinburgh>
Zusammenfassung: The enduring aim of the ISAE is to encourage and support basic and applied research into the behaviour of animals as related to their use by humans. Ever since a small group of veterinarians first met in Edinburgh to form the Society of Veterinary Ethology (SVE), inspirational ethologists and veterinarians have helped shape the field of Applied Ethology. Scientists such as Niko Tinbergen, Karl Von Frisch and Konrad Lorenz, joint awardees of the 1973 Nobel Prize in physiology and medicine, have played an important part in helping to develop our subject. It is therefore fitting that the 2016 ISAE conference will bring together applied ethologists from all over the world to share new discoveries and to discuss ways forward, under the general conference theme of ‘ Past and Future: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants ’. For 2016, we are returning to our roots to allow us to review and reflect upon where we have come from with applied ethology, and to look forward to consider the road ahead. The various themed sessions will provide opportunities for abstracts to be submitted in a variety of areas to enable us to celebrate the full range of work within the field of Applied Ethology, and we look forward to celebrating our diversity and impact throughout the various activities we have planned during the conference. [Information of the supplier]
Thema: Verhalten (591.5)
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Sprache: Englisch
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