Biology teacher Ceri Evans gives a masterclass to students on what he says is arguably the greatest idea anybody ever had: evolution
002 - Natural Selection Examples Paul Andersen details examples of natural selection in the world. He starts by explaining how changes in global temperatures...
All adult mammals but humans are lactose intolerant. Follow human geneticist Spencer Wells, director of the Genographic Project of the National Geographic Society, as he tracks down the genetic and societal changes associated with the ability to digest lactose as adults—or lactose tolerance.
In some parts of the world, the infectious parasitic disease malaria and the genetic disease sickle cell anemia are intimately connected.
Three Okarito brown kiwis living wild in New Zealand are completely blind but in good physical condition, suggesting the species is evolving to lose its sight
Findings may portend similar events across the globe
Research from Harvard Medical School and the Netherlands looks into why deleterious mutations don't cause population extinctions.