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      Evolution: The Human Odyssey

      The complex story of human evolution is a tale seven million years in the making. Each new discovery adds to or revises our story and our understanding of how we came to be the way we are. In this eBook, Evolution: The Human Odyssey* , we explore the evolution of those characteristics that make us human.
      Evolution: The Human Odyssey

      Your Sexual Brain

      The evolution of sex, sexual circuitry, relationships and sex crimes


      Exploring evolution through genes, computers and history
      Scientific American Blog Network

      The Thoughtful Animal

      Exploring the evolution and architecture of the mind
      November 8, 2020Policy & Ethics

      The Denialist Playbook

      On vaccines, evolution, and more, rejection of science has followed a familiar pattern


      Explorations and ideas at the intersection between Evolution and Ecology

      Determining the Age of the Earth

      Radioactive dating techniques have illuminated vast stretches of geologic history, bringing the most ancient eras of the earth's evolution into view


      Where do we come from? That is the question creationists and evolutionists both seek to help answer. Evidence from paleontology, genetics, zoology and other fields has established the validity of evolution beyond reasonable doubt...
      July 24, 2020Arts & Culture

      Old Art Offers Agriculture Info

      Art museums are filled with centuries-old paintings with details of plants that today give us clues about evolution and breeding practices.
      Old Art Offers Agriculture Info
      August 1, 2020Policy & Ethics

      The False Logic behind Science Denial

      Those who argue that COVID-19 isn’t a real threat are mirroring bogus attacks on global warming and evolution
      March 1, 2021Biology

      An Octopus Could Be the Next Model Organism

      Big-brained cephalopods could shine light on the evolution and neurobiology of intelligence, complexity, and more—and inspire medical and technological breakthroughs
      September 12, 2020Evolution

      Evolution Education in the U.S. Is Getting Better

      The percentage of public school bio teachers who present it as the broad consensus view among scientists—without presenting the creationist “alternative”—has increased markedly since 2007...
      November 10, 2020Evolution

      Zebra Coloration Messes With Fly Eyes

      Horseflies misjudge landings on zebra patterns, compared with solid gray or black surfaces, which provides evidence for why evolution came up with the black-and-white pattern.
      Zebra Coloration Messes With Fly Eyes
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