Had an amazing time in Lanzhou, China, where I visited Prof. Ruth Mace and the Human Evolutionary Ecology Group @ Lanzhou: a team of enthusiastic postdocs, PhD, Masters and undergrad students investigating human sociality in this exciting region of China. I also had the opportunity to present my research at a workshop organised by the group and entitled "Evolutionary models of human conflict and cooperation". New friends, new ideas, new perspectives: hope to be back soon!
My experience at the Complex Systems Summer School, Santa Fe Institute, has come to an end. Thank you all! SFI & the organizers for this incredible opportunity, all lecturers & SFI faculty for the guiding us in the world of complex systems, and my fellow CSSS participants for being true travel companions: I have learnt so much, from all of you.
I'm very excited to take part in the 2017 Complex Systems Summer School at the Santa Fe Institute, NM and I thank the organisers for accepting my application! The School consists is in a series of lectures, labs, discussion sessions and a team project on a topic related to complex systems. Santa Fe here I come!
My first paper "Intrafamily and intragenomic conflicts in human warfare" was published today and is available here free of charge (Open Access). Quite something to see it online at last! A huge thank you to my PhD supervisors Andy and Graeme and all those who have supported me in many ways throughout this journey, from professors, to my family, to my friends.
My paper "Intrafamily and intragenomic conflicts in human warfare", coauthored with my supervisors Andy Gardner and Graeme Ruxton, was accepted for publication at Proceedings B.
Presented a poster at the 2017 Postgraduate Conference organised by the School of Biology.