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    Invited lecture: "How pheromones evolve" FOMS-3, Frankfurt Olfaction MiniSymposium, Max
    Planck Institute of Biophysics, Frankfurt, Germany (September 2012)

    Plenary lecture: "Chemical communication in invertebrates and vertebrates”, annual
    meeting of the German Zoological Society (DZG), University Konstanz, Germany
    (September 2012)

    Plenary lecture:"Chemical communication in social insects: questions about pheromones (species-wide signals) and signature mixtures (for identity)" IUSSU (International Union for the Study of Social Insects) NW Europe Winter Meeting, University of Sussex (December 2011)

    Plenary lecture: "Beyond pheromone myths" ECRO (European Chemoreception Research Organisation) Congress XXI, Manchester (September 2011)

    Plenary lecture: "50 years of pheromones" at Society for Reproduction and Fertility Annual Conference, University of Sussex (July 2011)

    Keynote lecture: "Chemical communication: celebrating 50 years of pheromones (species-wide signals) and distinguishing them from signature mixtures (variable cues for identity)" The First Asia-Pacific Conference on Integrative Behavioral Science (APCIB2011), China (July 2011)

    Plenary lecture: “Sexual selection and pheromones” at the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour Summer Conference: The Descent of Man, and Selection in Relation to Sex. St John’s College, Oxford. (September 2009).

    Plenary lecture: “Key roles for chemical communication in animal biology - insights from a comparative approach” at the 7th Int Conference on Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Salvador, Bahia, Brazil (August 2007). slides

    On the organising committee and co-chair for Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 11(Chester, 2006). Published as Hurst JL, Beynon RJ, Roberts SC & Wyatt TD (eds) (2008) Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 11   ISBN: 978-0-387-73944-1 Springer, New York. 432 pp

    Plenary talk, Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 10 (Oregon, USA, 2003) Published as Wyatt TD (2005) Pheromones: convergence & contrasts in insects & vertebrates. In: Chemical Signals in Vertebrates 10 (eds RT Mason, MP LeMaster and D Müller-Schwarze). Springer Press, NY. pp7-20. pdf

    Plus seminars given at many universities and research institutes including, in the USA (Columbia, Rockefeller, Harvard, UC Riverside, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, U Arizona, SUNY Syracuse, Nevada Reno, Monell, and the MBL, Wood's Hole) and in Australia, Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Israel, India, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sierra Leone, Singapore, Sweden and the UK.

    Talks to general audiences

    I regularly give talks on pheromones and other topics to general audiences. These have included Café Scientifiques, Science Oxford, trans-Atlantic passengers on the Cunard ocean liner Queen Mary 2 in 2005-2006. I recently took part in Scientists @ Speakers' Corner in London (covered in New Scientist). Television and radio are on the Media page.

     
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