The meeting, open to the public (no registration fee required), will provide an interdisciplinary forum focused on the biological foundations of the human capacity for language. It will bring together eminent scholars in cognitive science, ethology, genetics, neuroscience, comparative psychology, theoretical linguistics, philosophy of mind, paleoneurology, robotics, paleogenomics, and more.

Hot News:

The symposium is over. Thanks a lot to all the attendants and to all presenters.
Check back from time to time for more news!
Follow our Twitter backchannel and contribute to it! #icreasymposium

Spread the word!

You can download the symposium poster and the symposium brochure.
Main sponsor: