Natural History Museum of Crete (Stephanie)
Britten Theatre - "The musical brain - Neuroscience and classical music." (Marianna)
Winning entry University of Oxford International Day of Women and Girls in Science ( Stephanie)
7th March 2019 - Presentation talk - International Women's Week (Wonder Women) - Imperial College London, England
2nd March 2019 - Presentation talk - Bacterial World Exhibition - Natural History Museum, Oxford, England
9th July 2017 - Presentation - "Music of Life" - 4th Aegean Arts International Festival - Crete, Greece
3rd November 2016 - Music/Science presentation recital - Major Evolutionary Transitions Conference, Oxford, England
Kapsetaki S.E., West S.A., 2019. The costs and benefits of multicellular group formation in algae 'Evolution'
Kapsetaki S.E., Fisher R.M., West S.A., 2019 Green Blobs and Predatory Beasts: Clues to multicellularity 'Frontiers for Young Minds'
Kapsetaki S.E., Tep A., West S.A., 2017. How do algae form multicellular groups? 'Evolutionary Ecology Research'
Kapsetaki S.E., Fisher R.M., West S.A., 2016. Predation and the formation of multicellular groups in algae.'Evolutionary Ecology Research'
Kapsetaki S.E., Tzelepis I., Avgousti K., Livadaras I., Garantonakis N., Varikou K., Apidianakis Y., 2014. The bacterial metabolite 2-aminoacetophenone promotes association of pathogenic bacteria with flies. 'Nature Communications. Links:
Tzelepis I., Kapsetaki S.E., Panayidou S., Apidianakis Y., 2013. Drosophila melanogaster: a first step and a stepping-stone to anti-infectives. 'Current Opinion in Pharmacology'
Editor-in-Chief of the Oxford University Journal 'Phenotype'
Kapsetaki M.E. & Easmon C., 2017. Eating disorders in non-dance performing artists: A Systematic Literature Review. 'Medical Problems of Performing Artists'
Kapsetaki M.E. & Easmon C., 2017. Eating disorders in musicians: a survey investigating self-reported eating disorders of musicians. Eating and Weight Disorders-Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity. 'Link to French version: