Tag: evolution

New issue of Evolution: Education and Outreach

The latest issue has been published, and is still open access! This issue focuses on the evolution of the eye.  From “Misconceptions about the evolution of complexity“: “Despite data and theory from comparative anatomy, embryology, […]

New Evolution/Educational resources

A bunch of new FREE stuff out from AIBS: “The teaching and learning resources compiled for the fifth annual evolution symposium and educator workshop, “Illuminating Biology: An Evolutionary Perspective,” held in October at the National […]

Project Steve

From a press release from the National Center for Science Education: “With the addition of Steven K. Nordeen on September 5, 2008, NCSE’s Project Steve attained its 900th signatory — and the Steveometer is now […]

3rd issue of Evolution Journal available free!

The third edition of Evolution: Education and Outreach is available free online! I especially was interested to see this review of a book criticizing evolutionary psychology. Frankly, I agree with the author that EP s […]

The other beetle-hunter

Today, July 1st, 150 years ago, the joint paper of Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace was read to the Linnean Society of London: “On the tendency of species to form varieties, and on the […]

Evolution: Education–new issue!

Just wanted to give everyone a heads up that the latest issue of Evolution: Education and Outreach is now online, and open access! [Volume 1, Number 2 / April, 2008] There was a very nifty […]

Science Smackdown

Is it bad that I really enjoy it when silly people get what’s coming to them? Kevin of The Other 95% delivers an awesome rebuke to someone from the Discovery Institute (Yes, the Creation Loony […]

Free National Academy Book on Evolution!

Another interesting book, hot off the press (well, electronic press) in 2008: “WASHINGTON — The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) and Institute of Medicine (IOM) today released SCIENCE, EVOLUTION, AND CREATIONISM, a book designed to […]

Evolution is Essential

In case you didn’t see it, hot off the press in The Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) Journal: An editorial titled “Evolution and Its Discontents: A Role for Scientists in Science Education.” […]