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Advances since Darwin and the relevance of evolutionary biology

Advances in evolutionary biology since the publication of Darwin’s The Origin. We will explore how a deepening knowledge of evolution impacts society and why we should care about the teaching and continued understanding of evolutionary biology. We’ll discuss what Darwin didn’t know, including scientific discoveries related to genes, genomes, phylogenies, evo-devo, and epigenetics.

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  • David

    I would have liked to go, but I'm busy today.

    February 16, 2013

  • Jason

    The speaker is Michael Collins of Rhodes College.

    February 12, 2013

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    February 11, 2013

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