Jim and colleagues new paper on poison dart frog colouration is out!
Kostas is now Dr Michalis
Ben Hogan secures a postdoc at the Stoddard Lab in Princeton
New paper in Current Biology, recreating 3D camouflage in Psittacosaurus from exceptional fossil remains.
New paper by Xiao & Cuthill
Innes Cuthill, László Tálas and Nick Roberts attend 2 day workshop in Berlin.
Just published in PLoS ONE.
Innes Talked about 'Deception in Animals' in the Smoke & Mirrors pub & magic theatre, Bristol. This was part of the Speakezee science talk series.
Two papers on countershading with collaborators in St. Andrews and Abertay.
New grant on warning coloration working with friends in St. Andrews, Newcastle and Dundee.
Back from Germany.
"Perceiving polarization with the naked eye: characterization of human polarization sensitivity" has just come out in Proc R Soc B.
Camo Lab's Olivia flew to Florida this May, to present her work on human camouflage and eyetracking.
Innes talks at Pint of Science festival
3 Post-doc positions and a lab technican job available NOW!
Postdoc, RA position and PhD studentship available, all to work on the "Camouflage Machine".
"Moving in groups: how density and unpredictable motion affect predation risk" has just come out in Behavioural Ecology & Sociobiology.
CamoCon 2015 will take place in Liverpool on 23 August 2015, as a satellite meeting to the European Conference on Visual Perception. Book early to avoid disappointment!
Jim Barnett & Konstantinos Michalis have returned from their fieldwork in French Guiana where they were studying the colouration of frogs.
Olivia's abstract has been accepted to this year's Vision Sciences Society Annual Meeting.
Congratulations to Maple on her successful PhD viva!
Grant awarded to fund the "Camouflage Machine".
Barnett & Cuthill paper
Innes Cuthil gave the 2014 Tinbergen lecture of the Association for the Study of Animal Behaviour
French Guiana fieldwork
New grant on iridescence
News on new publication in PNAS
Camouflage page on Arkive
Trip to Coimbra
Royal Society meeting on avian sensory biology.
Jim, László and Ben travelled to the USA to present their work at the animal behaviour conferences ISBE2014 and ABS2014.
Congratulations to Konstantinos (Kostas) on successfully upgrading to Ph.D.
Nick, László, Tim, Ben and Olivia present their most recent findings at this year's European Conference on Visual Perception.
Nick, Laszlo and Olivia presented their most recent findings at this year's Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision.
Following Camo Lab’s recent showcasing at APCV, we are very much looking forward to our symposium at another four letter conference: ISBE in New York!
Dazzle ship news
Olivia has been awarded the Charles and Maita Frank Endowment for Science Students, by the University of Bristol Alumni Association.
Multiple members of the CamoLab have been accepted to attend this year's Young Researcher's Colloquium!
Nick, László, Tim and Olivia have all had their abstracts accepted to this year's European Conference of Visual Perception!
Olivia has been accepted to present her research titled, "Human Visual Search Performance for Camouflage Petterns" at this year's Vision Leads to Action conference in Birmingham
Olivia Matthews and László Tálas has been awarded APCV student travel grants, to attend this year's APCV in Takamatsu, Japan.
Nick Scott-Samuel has become the Secretary of the AVA.
Jim Barnett, Nick Scott-Samuel and Innes Cuthill have been awarded a grant for tropical fieldwork in French Guiana.
Laszlo Talas and Jim Barnett have been awarded ISBE travel grants to attend this year's ISBE2014 conference.
Jim Barnett presenting at the Amphibian Conservation Research Symposium 2014.
Karin Kjernsmo's PhD defence at Abo University, Finland.
Camo Lab research cited by BBC iWonder website.
Funded by University of Bristol and Kyoto University, Olivia and László have visited Professor Hiroshi Ashida's vision lab at Kyoto University in Japan. The aim of the visit was to start international collaborations between Camo Lab and Kyoto, with a special interest in the effects of camouflage on a cognitive level. Professor Ashida's group has been investigating the human brain's processing of visual stimuli using fMRI scanners for years, hence we sought their expertise.