Posted on · Episode: 2637 Neanderthal genes in the human genome, and Darwin’s theory of Sexual Selection. Today, Neanderthal genes.
Posted on · Episode: 2829 Cesare Lombroso and his Museum. Today, a head in a jar.
Posted on · Episode: 2537 Vredefort, Chicxulub, Apophis — once and future threats to Earth. Today, Vredefort and Apophis.
Posted on · Episode: 2516 The Atapuerca dig and a missing link: Homo Antecessor. Today, the Atapuerca dig.
Posted on · Episode: 3287 Darwin Goes to Hollywood – Learning Evolution from Movies. Today, offbeat lessons in evolution.
Posted on · Episode: 2496 Trilobites: Wondrous window upon the processes of evolution. Today, the evolution of the trilobite.
Posted on · Episode: 3284 A place for scary spiders in STEM education. Today, Spiders and STEM education.
Posted on · Episode: 2256 Darwin uses emotional expression to explain our kinship with animals. Today, we smile with our animal cousins.
Posted on · Episode: 2229 Hurdles that children must leap to learn science. Today, children and science.
Posted on · Episode: 2212 In which Joseph and John LeConte accept evolution as they themselves evolve. Today, a tale of two slaveholders.
Posted on · Episode: 2199 Who were the Irish long ago? Today, when the Irish were Egyptians.
Posted on · Episode: 2927 Dual Inheritance Theory: How our Genes and our Culture are co-evolving. Today, let’s talk about cultural complexity.
Posted on · Episode: 2179 Science magazine’s list of Breakthroughs in 2006. Today, the big science news of 2006.
Posted on · On Tuesday's Houston Matters: HPD Chief Art Acevedo says a simple piece of legislation could've prevented an officer's murder last week. We learn about the day-to-day dangers of mercury after a recent spill. We look back at a Houston researcher's work that changed the way we see all life on earth. And we learn how local businesses are fairing during the critical holiday retail season.
Posted on · A Rice professor explains how far science has come since Darwin’s original theory.