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View Resource AP Biology I

Presented by HippoCampus, a project of The Monterey Institute for Technology and Education, this free online course covers all of the material outlined by the College Board as necessary to prepare students to pass the AP Biology exam and is designed to acquaint visitors with "the general concepts of life including reproduction, balance in nature, and the nature of living things." This section is...

View Resource The Genographic Project

Alright, so you have a few relatives from Poughkeepsie who might be able to trace their ancestry back to a certain part of Sicily. But have you ever considered that all humans might be able to trace their origins back to a group of people residing in Africa some 60,000 years ago? It's quite a thought, and the National Geographic Society (working with a number of partners) has created this site to...

View Resource Journal of Evolution and Technology

The Journal of Evolution and Technology (JET) is "a peer-reviewed electronic journal publishing contemporary research into future science and philosophy." It deals with somewhat edgy topics that are often avoided by mainstream journals. For example, a common theme is the relationship between the human brain and computers, questioning their respective computational capacity and evolution. Despite...

View Resource 15 Evolutionary Gems

This article, by Henry Gee, Rory Howlett, and Philip Campbell is a "resource from Nature for those wishing to spread awareness of evidence for evolution by natural selection." In it, the authors offer "a succinct briefing on why evolution by natural selection is an empirically validated principle" divided up into three sections: Gems from the Fossil Record, Gems from Habitats, and Gems from...

View Resource Scars of Evolution

This radio broadcast explores the history of and evidence for the Aquatic Ape Hypothesis (AAH), an idea about human evolution developed 45 years ago by Sir Alister Hardy. The origin of physical characteristics that set us apart from other apes are considered, such as: bipedalism, which may have evolved from standing in water to harvest shellfish; large brains, which need iodine, DHA...

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