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Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
Inuyama, Aichi 484-8506, JAPAN
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International Course in Primatology and Wildlife Research

Leading Graduate Program in Primatology and Wildlife Science


Job Vacancy

2014.08.14 Wildlife Science (funded by Nagoya Railroad Co.) Program-Specific Assistant Professor Closing Date: October 3rd, 2014


Events

2014.05.14 International Symposium "Diversity and Conservation of Asian Primates" Bogor, Indonesia, August 18th to 21st, 2014


News

2014.08.06 5-part podcast series covering the 74th annual congress of the Japan Society for Animal Psychology.


Publication

2014.07.31 Paper Yamato Tsuji and Yukimaru Sugiyama: Female emigration in Japanese macaques, Macaca fuscata: ecological and social backgrounds and its biogeographical implications

2014.07.17 Paper MacIntosh AJJ: Ecology and epidemiology of nematode infection in Japanese macaques: building an empirical model.

2014.07.17 Paper MacIntosh AJJ: The fractal primate: interdisciplinary science and the math behind the monkey.

2014.07.04 Paper Heungjin Ryu, David A. Hill, Takeshi Furuichi: Prolonged maximal sexual swelling in wild bonobos facilitates affiliative interactions between females

2014.06.27 Paper Ito T, Nishimura TD, Ebbestad JOR, Takai M: Computed tomography examination of the face of Macaca anderssoni (Early Pleistocene, Henan, northern China): implications for the biogeographic history of Asian macaques