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SEB Gothenburg 2017 Session Report: Effects of pharmaceuticals on wildlife
01 October 2017

The aim of this session was to bring scientists together that work in traditionally unrelated fields. The researchers that contributed to the session came from fields ranging from pure ecology and behavioural science, to physiology, veterinary science, environmental toxicology, and computational modelling.

SEB Gothenburg 2017 Session Report: Challenges in the anthropocene
01 October 2017

Over the past few years the wide but greatly understudied field of invertebrate physiology, particularly the topic acid-base regulation in the context of global change, gained considerable momentum.

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SEB Gothenburg 2017 Award Winners
31 July 2017

Each year at the SEB Annual Meeting we like to reward student and early career scientists who are judged to have produced outstanding research. With over 850 delegates attending there was strong competition in each of the award sections.

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A twist in the tail: Flying fish give clues to 'tandem wing' airplane design
21 July 2017

Ribbon halfbeak are a species of fish with the ability to fly above the sea surface - but unlike true 'flying fish', they lack the necessary hind wing fins. So how do they fly? Dr Yoshinobu Inada from Tokai University, Japan says, "Investigating the design of ribbon halfbeak could provide useful information for the optimal design of tandem wing airplanes."