Welcome to the New International Primatological Society Website
The International Primatological Society was created to encourage all areas of non-human primatological scientific research, to facilitate cooperation among scientists of all nationalities engaged in primate research, and to promote the conservation of all primate species.
Primatology & UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals
On Thursday 14 April 2022, MDPI and the Journal Animals organised their 2nd webinar, entitled “Primatology and the Achievement of the UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals” ; check out the presentations by IPS President Prof. Jonah Ratsimbazafy and others here!
The International Primatological Society is heartbroken by the sudden loss of our VP for Welfare and Captive Care, Dr Steve Ross. Steve’s lifelong contributions to the care, welfare, and study of chimpanzees in particular are incalculable, as was his generosity, warmth, and kindness to so many of us in the primatological community. Our thoughts are […]
🚨 D-3 before the deadline to submit an abstract for the next conference, 5-7 Oct in Aix-en-Provence!
– you can give a talk in English!
– you have to present something to get a grant/price!
– the society offers travel grant, apply!
@SocietyAfrican @EFPrimatology @IPS_PrimateNews https://twitter.com/LaSFDP/status/1541408959092989954
🥭 Nora knows that juicy fruit means mouth needs some wiping! 🌿 Have you ever observed wild chimps or bonobos using leaves for wiping? No matter if it’s a yes or no, we want to know! Tell us here 👉 http://tinyurl.com/BeLeafs 👈! @NakedPrimate #BeLeaf 🍃 #teamwaibira https://twitter.com/bambazoodl/status/1522601339221590016
After 6 very long years, I am very pleased to share with the community our paper entitled: “Population dynamics and genetic connectivity in recent chimpanzee history”. Last chapter of my PhD thesis is out (1/13) #noninvasive #chimpanzee #genomics #popgen https://doi.org/10.1016/j.xgen.2022.100133