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Lukas Landler (2020): Vorstellungsvortrag: Wechselkröte und Biodiversitäts LV.

Arbeitsgruppentreffen “Forschung Lobau”, 19.10.2020, Wien

Lukas Landler (2020): Wechselkröten in Wien: Herausforderungen für Artenschutz und Forschung.

Österreichische Gesellschaft für Herpetologie (Monatsvortrag), 29.10.2020, Online

Lukas Landler, E. Pascal Malkemper, Gregory C. Nordmann, Simon Nimpf, Tobias Hochstöger, David A. Keays (2019): : Whole brain clearing and imaging reveals magnetically activated brain regions in the mouse..

Austrian Neuroscience Association Meeting , Sept, 2019, Innsbruck

Lukas Landler, E. Pascal Malkemper, Gregory C. Nordmann, Simon Nimpf, Tobias Hochstöger, David A. Keays (2019): Whole brain clearing and imaging reveals magnetically activated brain regions in the mouse.

Royal Institute of Navigation, April, 2019, London

Lukas Landler, E. Pascal Malkemper, Gregory C. Nordmann, Simon Nimpf, Tobias Hochstöger, David A. Keays (2017): The mouse: a new old model system in magnetoreception?. [Poster]

FENS-Hertie Winter School , Dez, 2017, Obergurgl

Lukas Landler (2016): The mouse: a new old model system in magnetoreception.

114th International Titisee Conference , Nov, 2016, Titisee

Lukas Landler, Artemis Papadaki-Anastasopoulou, Simon Nimpf, Gregory Nordmann, David A. Keays (2016): Does Caenorhabditis elegans respond to earth-strength magnetic fields? . [Poster]

Royal Institute of Navigation, April, 2016, London

Lukas Landler, Michael S. Painter, Paul W. Youmans, William A. Hopkins, John B. Phillips (2016): The magnetic compass of snapping turtles: spontaneous magnetic alignment and the influence of radio frequencies on the orientation behavior .

27th Annual Meeting of the Austrian Society of Herpetology, Jan, 2016, Wien

Lukas Landler, Michael S. Painter, Brittney C. Hopkins, Paul W. Youmans, William A. Hopkins, John B. Phillips (2015): Spontaneous magnetic alignment of yearling snapping turtles.

12th Annual Research Day, Feb, 2015, Blacksburg

Lukas Landler, James Skelton, Michael S. Painter, Paul W. Youmans, Rachel Muheim, Bryan L. Brown, John B. Phillips (2014): Is your worm-compass aligned? Ectosymbionts alter crayfish response to Earth’s magnetic fields.

Joint Aquatic Science Meeting , Mai, 2014, Portland

Lukas Landler, James Skelton, Michael S. Painter, Paul W. Youmans, Rachel Muheim, Robert P. Creed, Bryan L. Brown, John B. Phillips (2014): Is your worm-compass aligned? Ectosymbionts alter crayfish response to Earth’s magnetic fields.

Virginia Tech Research Day, Feb, 2014, Blacksburg

Lukas Landler & Günter Gollmann (2012): Magnetic orientation of the Common Toad: Establishing an arena approach for adult anurans.. [Poster]

7th World Congress of Herpetology , Aug, 2012, Vancouver

Lukas Landler & Parm V. von Oheimb (2012): Y-axis orientation in South American freshwater snails (Chilina spp.).

Annual Meeting of the Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology (SICB), Jan, 2012, Charleston

Lukas Landler & Günter Gollmann (2011): Magnetic orientation of the Common Toad: Establishing an arena approach for adult anurans. [Poster]

Royal Institution of Navigation, April, 2011, Reading

Lukas Landler & Günter Gollmann (2010): Are common toads orienting themselves according to the geomagnetic field?.

Austrian Society of Herpetology (ÖGH) - Yearly Meeting, FEB, 2010, Vienna

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