How reasoning and evidence are used to understand human evolution.
Stone tools are well-preserved evidence of past human activity.
The hominid fossil record of the past six million years gives us surprising insights into the path of human evolution.
How Darwin came to publish The Origin of Species, and examples of how quickly evolution can change a population.
The genetic mechanisms by which evolution occurs, and an overview of the evidence for evolutionary theory.
How and why butterflies and fruit flies got their spots, and the fossil record for human evolution.
Leading evolution educator Ken Miller discusses the controversy surrounding the teaching of evolution.
Microbes have been the dominant life form throughout Earth's history. Eukaryotes and animals evolved only after microbes evolved oxygen-generating photosynthesis.
Students discuss the short film after a screening at the 2012 Holiday Lectures on Science.