ASAB was founded in 1936 to promote the study of animal behaviour, and membership is open to all who share this interest. There are now approximately 2000 members, the majority drawn from Britain and Europe. Many members are professional biologists who work in universities, research institutes or schools. ASAB is a registered charity (no. 268494).
ASAB Winter meeting 2013
Meeting rooms, Zoological Society of London, UK
5–6 December 2013
This year's ASAB Winter Conference will showcase recent research on The Evolution of Behavioural Mechanisms, with plenary lectures by Prof. Melissa Bateson, Prof. Reuven Dukas and Prof. Simon Laughlin FRS. The Tinbergen Lecture will be given by Prof. Marlene Zuk.
The meeting is organised by the Modelling Animal Decisions (MAD) group from the University of Bristol (contact email@example.com). For further details and to submit an abstract, please visit the meeting website (tinyurl.com/winterasab2013).
Important Date Deadline for abstract submissions: 16 August 2013