An event addressing the biological underpinnings of social behaviour.
The past few years have seen remarkable advances in our knowledge of the genetic, molecular and neural factors that contribute to social behaviour. At the same time, sophisticated analytical and theoretical approaches have helped to make sense of the data.
The attendance fee is £980. To register, use this online form.
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