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Salon No 25 with Lars Chittka

Our special guest is Prof. Dr. Lars Chittka.  He is from the Research Centre for Psychology at the Queen Mary University of London, where he is a Professor of Sensory and Behavioural Ecology. His latest book “The Mind of a Bee” is a rich and surprising exploration of the intelligence of bees.

Salon 25 with Lars Chikkta

Our special guest is Prof. Dr. Lars Chittka.  He is from the Research Centre for Psychology at the Queen Mary University of London, where he is a Professor of Sensory and Behavioural Ecology. His latest book “The Mind of a Bee” is a rich and surprising exploration of the intelligence of bees.

Salon No 24 The Salon Discusses Frederique Apffel Marglin podcast

In this podcast the hosts and attendees discuss Frederique Apffel Marglin Salon podcast No 23.

Frederique is challenging the foundation of western thinking and promotes new ways of being in relationship with the agency and sentience of the non-human world.

Join us in this open discussion.

Salon No 23 With Frederique Apffel Marglin

Our special guest is Frederique Apffel Marglin. She is Professor Emerita, Dpt. of Anthropology at Smith College and founded Sachamama Center for Biocultural Regeneration in Peru. Frederique is challenging the foundation of western thinking and promotes new ways of being in relationship with the agency and sentience of the non-human world. Her innovative research presents an opportunity for the arboreal apiculture movement to integrate pioneering scientific thinking and practices, increase our awareness of Deep Ecology in conservation and broaden our understanding of the interconnected intelligence of nature and life on earth.

Salon No. 22 With Thomas Seeley

Our special guest will be Thomas Dyer Seeley.  He is the Horace White Professor in Biology in the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell University. He is the author of several books on honeybee behavior, including Honeybee Democracy and The Wisdom of the Hive.  He was the recipient of the Humboldt Prize in Biology in 2001. Tom is the most well known and most respected scientists researching free living bee colonies. We look back over his long career.

Podcast Reference:

Darwinian black box selection for resistance to settled invasive Varroa destructor parasites in honey bees - Tjeerd Blacquière
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10530-019-02001-0

 

 

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