Tagged: Life and Environment

PeerJ Award Winners at ISS 10/HOLOBIONT 3

The first symbiotic relationships were described in the 19th century. Nearly 150 years later, immense research efforts have highlighted that symbiotic relationships are ubiquitous and have particularly important ecological and evolutionary consequences. But considering...

PeerJ Award Winners at the SORTEE Conference 2022

The Society for Open, Reliable, Transparent Ecology and Evolutionary biology (SORTEE) has completed its second annual online conference. The conference ran continuously for 50 hours facilitating participation from people interested in issues of openness, transparency, and...

Meet our fifth Gold Contributor – Section Editor Jafri Abdullah

Jafri Abdullah – Professor and Director of the Brain Behaviour Cluster at Universiti Sains Malaysia – is a researcher whose work focuses on clinical and behavioural neurosciences, including neuroinformatics, neuropsychology and neurosurgery.  Jafri has...

PeerJ Award Winners at IUSSI 2022 International Congress

The International Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects (IUSSI), held every four years, is the premier meeting on the biology of social insects. The 19th Congress, which took place...

PeerJ Award Winners at ProgPal 2022

PeerJ are delighted to announce the winners of three PeerJ Awards from the Progressive Palaeontology (ProgPal) 2022 conference, this year held at the University of Lincoln in June. ProgPal is a UK-based annual conference for postgraduate...

Malin Pinsky – PeerJ Award Winner at IBS 2022

Following on from our sponsorship of the Early Career Biogeographers Conference in 2021, PeerJ have again teamed up with the International Biogeography Society (www.biogeography.org) to support their 10th Biennial Conference held in Vancouver, Canada between 2nd and...