Autumn 2021 meeting:
"Weaving the MacaqueNet"
Global Virtual Symposium
Weaving the MacaqueNet will take place virtually from 15 to 17 November 2021. This 3-day symposium is an exciting opportunity for all the researchers who contributed data to the two current projects to meet, discuss their research, learn about ongoing projects, and together decide the future directions of MacaqueNet. There will be 13 invited talks, a contributors meeting and a social event to highlight and discuss the current state and future avenues of macaque social behaviour research.
Invitations have been emailed to all collaborators, providing further details.
If you have any questions about 'Weaving the MacaqueNet', please do not hesitate to contact us.
From top left to right: Barbary (© Jana Wilken), Tibetan (© Tim Melling), rhesus (© Lauren Brent), long-tailed (© Gwennan Giraud), Japanese (© Pratchaya Lee), Formosan (© Chungphoto), lion-tailed (© Anuroop Krishnan), N pig-tailed (© Florian Trebouet), S pig-tailed (© Whitword Images) , crested (@ Jérôme Micheletta MNP), moor (@ Iskandar Kamaruddin), Tonkean (© Baptiste Sadoughi), Assamese (© Kittisak Srithorn), bonnet (© Amudha HariHaran), Toque (© Gareth Richards), stump-tailed (© Rushen).