- The Future of Foraging – hosted by Champalimaud Research and HHMI Janelia
- Season 2, Episode 5:
- “Foraging for the future: Food caching in squirrels and birds by Lucia Jacobs and Hannah Payne”
- Video of full episode on Crowdcast
- BBC/PBS Nature documentary “A Squirrel’s Guide to Success” (trailer)
- Full-length documentary on squirrels, highlighting research by Mikel Delgado and Judy Jinn and interview with Lucia
- Video of full episode
- Radcliffe Institute of Advanced Study. Lucia takes her fellow Fellows on a Squirrel Walk on the Cambridge Commons.
- KQED “Watch those frustrated squirrels go nuts!”
- Deep Look short documentary on Mikel Delgado and her work
SPACE AND OLFACTION
Faculty Lecture, Psych Berkeley
- Jacobs, L.F. (2017). Why the mind evolved: the evolution of navigation in real landscapes. NIPS Symposium, “Kinds of Intelligence: Type, Tests and Meeting the Needs of Society”, organized by Adrian Weller, José Hernández-Oralio, Matthew Crosby, Tomaso Poggio and Zoubin Ghahramani. NIPS 2017 (Neural Information Processing Systems), Long Beach, CA.
- PBS News Hour clip on olfaction, navigation and search dogs.
- Jacobs, L. F. (2015). Olfactory navigation, given at workshop, “Deconstructing the Sense of Smell”, Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (UC Barbara). Organized by M. Bazhenov, A. Koulakov, V. N. Murthy, & C. Stevens.
- Jacobs, L. F. (2015). How the brain evolved from a nose. Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous, Stanford University.
- Jacobs, L.F. Department of Psychology, UC Berkeley. The Man and the Maze, a symposium on the legacy of Edward Tolman, his science and his political activism.
- 01:45 My introduction to the conference.
- 14:28. Tolman’s intellectual history. Lecture by Donald Dewsbury, Professor Emeritus (Psychology, University of Florida), comparative psychologist and historian.
- Keynote by Edvard Moser, 2014 Nobel Laureate, awarded for work inspired by Tolman.
- Jacobs, L. F. (2014). How the brain evolved from a nose. Leonardo Art Science Evening Rendezvous. UC Berkeley, April 3.
- Jacobs, L. F. (2013). Chemosensory cognition and the evolution of spatial navigation. Presented at the Center for Behavior Evolution and Culture, UCLA.
- Jacobs, L. F. (2012). The evolution of a cognitive trait: from chemotaxis to associative learning. Presented at: In the Light of Evolution VI: Brain and Behavior, National Academy of Sciences, Irvine, CA.
- A contribution to Julie Hebert‘s “Look What She Did” project. My appreciation of the work of Sarah Blaffer Hrdy.
- Berkeley Lunch Poems short talk: Homage to my great aunt, Ekaterina Altschuller Elene (1989-1983) and her friendship with poet Marina Tsvetaeva, with a recording of Aunt Katia reading. Hosted by Robert Hass.