The next lab meeting is next Tuesday, and it will be in the Finlay room at 10:00.
Natalie will tell us about :
Exploring the significance of offspring sex ratio for breeding system evolution
and Haslina will talk about
MHC in house sparrows
Hi all could you put your name on the Order sheet? this helps me if I have a question, to decide which grant to purchase from and to alert you when the item comes in. Thanks- Andy
It’s Basit’s viva today (29/3) and he should finish around 4-5. Depending on the timing we are going to gather in either B52 or Roger’s office to congratulate him. There is a card in my office to sign (B54b)
Susana Freitas is visiting the lab from Portugal as part of her PhD, and is looking for somewhere to stay. She will be here from April 8th to May 27th, so if anybody knows of an available room please drop her a message at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Starlab is coming in to mend/overhaul some of the multichannel pipettes on Monday April 2nd. If you have a pipette (any type) that is not working can you let me have a look and if I can’t mend it I’ll pop it in with the rest. cheers, Andy
Does anyone have a protocol for an FDR test they can email me? I thought it was on the webpage but I can’t find it…
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Ludovic asked me to post this:
Ludovic’s power adapter has broken and his Dell laptop has now run out of battery. Does anyone have a spare Dell adapter that Ludovic could use tomorrow to charge his computer?
The summer school will be held at the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research (Berlin, Germany). Master students, PhD students, PostDocs and researchers are invited to participate in this one-week course and to become familiar with the general framework (concepts, problems and solutions) of wildlife GPS-tracking data in the context of both research and wildlife management and to learn how to develop a basic tracking data management system for their own data sets.
For further information, please visit: http://www.izw-berlin.de/download/Data_Management_Movement_Ecol-Flyer.pdf