Our group will be represented at the inaugural workshop of the brand new Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Language Evolution (ISLE) in Zürich. Cedric and Pedro will be giving a talk about their current work on the connection between domestication and vocal learning complexity, and Alejandro will be there with a poster on neoteny (check out his new polished website for more information). They will also be attending the workshop that will be held to plan a promising new collaborative project, the Atlas for Comparative Cognition. Head over to their website and join their mailing list for updates!
The New Scientist has mentioned our research in an article on human evolution and self-domestication (featuring the silver fox).