Anna is working as a postdoctoral research associate in the Sensory Ecology group at the University of Exeter, studying how to optimise camouflage when targets can appear in multiple different environments. She’s also generally interested in the psychology, neuroscience and ecology of vision. She carried out her PhD at the University of Cambridge and has also worked as a Teaching Fellow at University College London. More information about Anna’s research can be found on her webpage here: http://scienceanna.wixsite.com/home and she can be found on Twitter @ScienceAnna.
Laura is a Royal Society Dorothy Hodgkin Fellow at the University of Exeter, and is interested in animal behaviour and animal senses. Her research primarily focuses on the production and perception of visual and acoustic signals, with a particular focus on visual illusions used in mate choice and predator-prey interactions. More information about Laura’s research can be found here: https://laurakelleyresearch.wordpress.com/ and she can be found on Twitter @lauraakelley.
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