The eight Mathematics in Life Sciences (MiLS) meeting will focus on "Quantitative approaches to evolution in biology and culture". It will take place on the 11th of December 2018 from 11am to 5pm, at the University of Southampton, in
Ketley Room, Level 4, Building 54 (Mathematical Sciences).
Jim Allen (Zoology, Cambridge): The evolution of “anti-teaching”.
Martina Testori (Mathematical Sciences, Southampton): Can psychopathic traits help communities to survive?
Sandrine Willaime-Morawek (Medicine, Southampton): Transgenerational diet effect on memory.
Justin Travis (Biological Sciences, Aberdeen): Opportunities and challenges in using IBMs to understand, forecast and manage the eco-evolutionary responses of species to environmental changes.
Greta Bocedi (Biological Sciences, Aberdeen): Understanding evolutionary and eco-evolutionary dynamics through a mechanistic and genetically-explicit modelling approach.
We still have room for a couple of contributed talks. If you are interested in giving a talk, please send a title and abstract to Rebecca Hoyle (r [dot] b [dot] hoyle [at] soton [dot] ac [dot] uk).
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