A new kind of seminar series...

This virtual seminar series is aimed to bring together neuroscientists, theorists, ecologists, and neuro-economists interested in exploring neural and theoretical mechanisms of foraging across multiple species.

Join Us On Tuesdays

  • 8AM LOS ANGELES
  • 11AM NEW YORK
  • 4PM LONDON
  • 5PM BERLIN
  • 8:30PM NEW DELHI
  • 12AM TOKYO

SEASON 2

Starting in March 2022

EPISODE 1 The ubiquity of opportunity cost: Foraging and beyond Nathaniel Daw March 30, 2022
EPISODE 2 On the Hunt: Ingenious Foraging Strategies in Bats & Spiders Holger Goerlitz & Abel Corver April 12, 2022
EPISODE 3 This is the Way: Sensory Guidance in Foraging Cindy Poo & Pauline Fleischmann April 19, 2022
EPISODE 4 Alternative applications of foraging theory David Barack & Thom Hills May 10, 2022
EPISODE 5 Foraging for the Future: Food caching in squirrels & birds Lucia Jacobs & Hannah Payne May 17, 2022
EPISODE 6 TBD

SEASON 1

March-May, 2021

EPISODE 1 What is Foraging? Alex Kacelnik March 16, 2021
EPISODE 2 Foraging at the Limit: Cognitive capabilities of birds and bees Susan Healy & Lars Chittka March 30, 2021
EPISODE 3 A Unified Framework for Foraging Theory Ahmed El Hady & Nils Kolling April 13, 2021
EPISODE 4 Food for Thought: How internal states shape foraging behavior Audrey Dussutour & Rong Gong April 20, 2021
EPISODE 5 Follow your Nose: Olfactory-driven foraging in mice & flies Venkatesh Murthy & Thierry Emonet May 11, 2021
EPISODE 6 Complex Decision-Making in Primate Foraging Alexandra Rosati & Ben Hayden May 25, 2021