Iain Couzin is deciphering the rules that govern group behavior. The results might provide a fresh perspective on how networks of neurons work together. Click here for more information
click below to watch/hier klicken um Video zu sehen: Es sind magische Bilder, wenn Zugvögel oder Fische in Schwärmen ziehen. Doch wie manchen die Tiere das? Iain Couzin an der Universität Konstanz hat die Lösung gefunden – mithilfe von Stichlingen.
Original Publication in “Science”: click here Andrea Flack, Máté Nagy, Wolfgang Fiedler, Iain D. Couzin, Martin Wikelski From local collective behavior to global migratory patterns in white storks. For little Louis, it is the most exciting day of his life: just six or seven weeks ago, the young stork came into the world on […]
We are pleased that Dr. Damien Farine was awarded the 2018 Christopher Barnard Award for Outstanding Contributions by a New Investigator by the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour (ASAB). This award is given to one researcher each year in recognition for research excellence in the field of Animal Behaviour. Read more about the award […]
The sea is a tough place for lonesome fish, but when they join a school of thousands, they can demonstrate a spell-binding collective intelligence
Iain and Simon Gingins in a new piece by the California Academy of Sciences’ bioGraphic Magazine.
Research on how conflict, cooperation and communication shape collectives will be given a boost thanks to 3-year grant from the Heineman Foundation.
Flagship €27m building, as part of a €32m investment, cements the University of Konstanz’s place at the frontier of research in collective behaviour.
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A paper published in Science by Ari Strandburg-Peshkin, Damien Farine, Iain Couzin and Meg Crofoot sheds new light on collective movement in highly heterogeneous groups of animals in the wild. This paper combines fitting high-resolution collars to almost all individuals in a troop of wild baboons with innovative analytical techniques to reveal how primate troops decide where […]