A distinguished research group founded by the eminent Prof John Maynard-Smith. The group runs both under and post graduate courses on evolution and an 'all welcome' weekly seminar series.
The Evolution and Diversité Biologique is a joint Research laboratory between CNRS and the Toulouse University Paul Sabatier. It deals with Ecological, Evolutionary and Biodiversity Research in various taxa as Mushrooms, Plants, Insects, Mammals and birds. Some English pages available.
A scientific journal which has some sample readings available. Articles are rather technical but provide a good insight into contemporary evolutionary research.
Research group convened by Ruth Mace at University College London studying human behaviour and life history as adaptations to local environments. Summaries of research projects and details of graduate study opportunities.
The objectives of the Society for the Study of Evolution, are the promotion of the study of organic evolution and the integration of the various fields of science concerned with evolution. This scientific journal has a good subject search facility
Online book attempting a synthesis of contemporary ecological theory with concepts derived from Taoism.
Despite being published before the discovery of DNA, Darwin's 1859 classic remains a robust description of evolution by natural selection.
Nicholas Friedenberg has demonstrated the evolution of dispersal experimentally using the soil nematode C. elegans.
A useful indepth exploration of the creation/evolution controversy from a mainstream scientific perspective. Contains essays on the Earth's history and events relevant to evolutionary theory
Excellent evolution resource provided by the University of California. Also includes an interesting account of Darwin's evolutionary antecendants.
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