Celebrating the 20th anniversary year of this field-defining book, our symposium brings together leading senior scientists and early-career researchers at the interface of insect cognition and pollination ecology. Speakers will address how learning and memory influence pollinators’ interactions with plants, from a diversity of perspectives. This symposium will interest many attending ICE because it connects to broader questions about the evolution of complex cognition in insects, anthropogenic impacts on pollinator behavior, and the basic mechanisms of learning and memory in bees.
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