Enjoy this talk by Dr. Yvon Le Maho, an ecophysiologist talking about the new technologies used to investigate Antarctic penguins without disturbing their habitats. Renuka Badhe, Executive Secretary of the European Polar Board, is moderating the session.
The International Union of Biological Sciences (IUBS) was established in 1919 as a non-governmental and non-profit organization comprising of National Academies and international scientific Associations and Societies. Since then, IUBS is functioning as a global platform for scientists from all disciplines and nationalities for cooperation, interaction, and collaboration to promote research, training, and education in biological sciences.
To commemorate the completion of 100 years of promoting excellence in biological sciences, IUBS has launched a webinar series bringing the best of all disciplines to discuss evolution, taxonomy, ecology, biodiversity, and other topics that represent unified biology and the topics of prime importance to address contemporary problems such as climate change, endangered species, food & nutrition, health, etc.
In the 4th webinar of this series, Yvon Le Maho, an ecophysiologist, talks about the new technologies used to investigate Antarctic penguins without disturbing their habitats.
⌛ CONTENT ANNOTATION WITH TIMESTAMP
00:00 — Introduction
02:46 — Introduction to IUBS centenary lecture series & moderator Renuka Badhe
07:29 — Introduction of Yvon Le Maho
9:08 — Talk by Yvon Le Maho
45:00 — Q&A