Dieter Lukas

    Causes and consequences of sociality

About me
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Since I will soon be leaving Cambridge, I have moved my website:

My research focuses on understanding why animal species differ so widely in their social behaviour. My work involves classifying the extent of cooperation and competition between individuals in a wide range of species and to identify which aspects of an environment are shared between species with similar behaviour.

I am currently a Post-Doctoral Research Associate working with Prof. Tim Clutton-Brock at the University of Cambridge. My PhD work was performed under the supervision of Dr. Linda Vigilant at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig

Find my CV here.

Email     dl384  [at]    

Address  Department of Zoology
             University of Cambridge
             Downing Street
             CB2 3EJ Cambridge, UK

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