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Iain Couzin, MPI-AB director, beside a fish tank

Five questions about the number five with the renowned collective behaviour researcher more

Fireworks have long-lasting impact on birds

A study GPS tracked geese before and after New Year’s Eve, revealing changes in behavior that persisted well after the fireworks ended
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Flying high for conservation

Flying high for conservation

November 17, 2022

By developing revolutionary drone technologies, an ambitious new network will help push wildlife conservation into the 21st century more

Toucan, seed disperser

By dispersing seeds, animals can rapidly reestablish plant diversity in degraded forests more

Volunteers at the main railway station in Berlin offering food and beverages to refugees from the Ukraine. From the viewer's perspective, they are standing in front of a long table with light brown cups and drinks. The focus is on a helper with a green waistcoat and FFP-2 mask, who can be seen from diagonally behind. On the other side are people helping themselves to the beverages on offer.

Moral behaviour pays off

November 11, 2022

Coupling two approaches of game theory can shed light on how moral norms evolve more

MoveApps wins 2022 Conservation Tech Award

The movement analysis platform was awarded the prize for leveraging animal tracking’s Big Data to safeguard wildlife across the globe. more

Applications open for 2023 doctoral program

International Max Planck Research School for Quantitative Behavior, Ecology and Evolution (IMPRS-QBEE) announces a call for applications for admission in 2023 more

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