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Montevideo (UY)

30 Mar
03 Apr 2016

Antennal sensilla of a bee seen under a scanning electron microscope. The antennae of the bee are crucial to its perception of the environment (olfactory, tactile, chemical, etc.). © © INRA, BORNARD Isabelle / COLLET Claude

XII International Congress of Neuroethology - ICN 2016

Organization: the International Society for Neuroethology

Updated on 02/12/2016
Published on 02/12/2016

The ICN 2016 aim at highlighting innovative approaches and analyses of the neural basis of behavior to promote conceptual and technical innovation in the neuroethological research of the 21st Century. ICN 2016 is proud to welcome an outstanding set of plenary speakers and symposia, spanning across molecular, genetic, evolutionary, and computational approaches.

ISN/Neuro-FRAMES SYMPOSIA : A symposium  devoted to "Neural coding of sensory signals" is organized for the first time in the framework of a cooperation between the International Research Network France-South America Neuro-FRAMES, and the International Society for Neuroethology.

  • Nina Deisig, UMR Institut d'Ecologie et des sciences de l'environnement de Paris (Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie, CNRS, Inra, IRD, Univ. Paris 7, Univ. Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne) - Pheromones as modulators of insect behavior.