Hot Science Cool Talks with Anthony DiFiore: Primate Social Behavior


Come check out The Environmental Science Institute’s last Hot Science – Cool Talks for the year!

Who: UT Anthropology professor Dr. Anthony DiFiore
What: His studies on monkeys in Amazonian Ecuador and how the ecology of the
area shapes their behavior and the societies in which they live. Similarities &
differences between primates and humans
Where: UT-Austin at Welch Hall in Auditorium 2.224 (WEL 2.224)
When: Friday, April 4, 7:00-8:15 PM Central


One of the most fun parts is our Pre-Lecture Fair in the Grand Hall from 5:45-7 PM, though, so don’t miss out! Meet members of Dr. Di Fiore’s primate research team and other scientists at the fair, and learn about some of the things they do both in the laboratory and out in the field. Explore the Grand Hall and find pretend biological samples yourself in the primate scavenger hunt, and you could win a small prize!

Can’t join us in person? Tune into our live webcast and ask Dr. Di Fiore questions in real-time!

For more info on upcoming or past talks, visit

Thank you for your ongoing support of the Hot Science-Cool Talks Outreach Series.



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