Cognitive Frontiers @ CASIP - Jumping Spiders & Bee Brains

June 26, 2024

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Cognitive Frontiers @ CASIP - 2nd Workshop

When: June 26th, 11am AEST (1am UTC)

Where: Online (Register here for Zoom link:

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Cognitive Frontiers @ CASIP is a forum for interdisciplinary discussions on minimal, basal, comparative and biological approaches to the study of cognition, with contributions from philosophers and scientists on the latest developments. 

This time round our speakers will be:

  • Prof. Andrew Barron (Macquarie University) - How honey bees think.
  • Prof. Ximena Nelson (University of Canterbury) - Cognition in jumping spiders: to see or not to be.

CASIP (Chinese Academy of Sciences, Institute of Philosophy) is a newly founded institute concerned with major issues at the intersection of philosophy and science. It also aims to explore the values, political, and cultural matters closely related to science and technology, and contribute to both scientific innovation and philosophical advancement. We're currently hiring. 

Contact Russell Meyer ([email protected]) for any other inquiries. Hope to see you there!

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June 26, 2024, 11:00am UTC

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