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.
The Joint Meeting with the Malaysian Primatological Society in Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia will take place between August 19 and 25, 2023 and the topic of this meeting is: Primates and People: A New Horizon. This will be a hybrid meeting, so you will be able to participate live, in-person in Kuching, or live over the internet, […]
Important survey for those involved in capture/release of wild primates (closes 11th Nov)
The IPS Ad-Hoc Committee to Make Capture Safer for Primates has put together a survey which is critical to ensure that we are able to move effectively forward on this important topic. The Committee was formed with the goal of reducing risk and trauma for primates who are captured and released in the wild. We consider […]
Hi folks, as is very obvious when you go there, our facebook page was hacked (no we’re not currently a blond in heels selling Nike!). Apologies while we get it fixed hopefully we’ll resume normal primate news services soon. If you’re on fb and able to, please report it as more noise helps us get […]
The Joint Meeting with the Malaysian Primatological Society in Kuching, Sarawak will take place Aug 19-25, 2023; the topic of this meeting is: Primates and People: A New Horizon. This will be a hybrid meeting 1/2
Unfortunately, our @neighborape link was not working on #GivingTuesday, but it is now! We have collected almost $3k on our various fundraising pages – aiming for $5k in donations! Thank you pant hoots! Please share! (& donate if you can, of course!)
Nice summary of new work in Yunxian Cave with a third fossil hominin cranium being unearthed. It’s neat to see announcements and commentary in the open about such work, by @dyanilewis @Nature https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-022-04142-0
@fieldinclusive’s proposal: “Field Safety Gear for Historically Excluded Field Researchers” (aka CNR Field Safety Gear) was among six other projects who were selected in next year’s 2023 cohort of NCSU Crowdfunding Projects.