Where and when did humans arise? What distinguishes us from other species? Did our distant ancestors look and behave like us?
How has the amazing diversity of plants and animals evolved? What can fossils, butterflies, and stickleback fish tell us about the deep common ancestry of all living forms?
Leading evolution educator Ken Miller discusses the controversy surrounding the teaching of evolution.
Four talks focus on sex determination—the molecular and genetic mechanisms that determine whether an organism will be male, female or a hermaphrodite.
This series of short films has been crafted to engage students with memorable examples of the evolutionary process in action.
Has Earth changed over deep time? How did Earth shape life and life shape Earth? What does Earth's climate in the distant past tell us about the future?
The richness and diversity of life raises two of the most profound questions in biology: How do new species form? And, why are there so many species?
Stunning fossil finds have revealed the fascinating stories of major transitions in the history of life on our planet.