Unpacking the past: Identifying a key evolutionary step in E. coli metabolism
The ties that bind: Recreating Darwinian ligand evolution in vitro
Fly dreams and the boundaries of evolutionary science
Please Don't Eat the Daisies: The macroevolution of alternate plant defense strategies
The more things change: Trait variance provides evidence of pervasive mosaic evolution
Sets & the city: World Science Festival 2012, New York style (Part 2 of 2)
Adam's rib, revisited: Evolutionary divergence of mammalian sex chromosomes
Professor examines the complex evolution of human morality
Mass Extinctions, Ancient Viruses May Hold Clues to Life’s Origins
Iguanas evolved one-way lungs surprisingly like those of birds, study finds
Whether birds are breathing in or out, air flows in a one-directional loop through their lungs. This pattern was unexpected and for decades, biologists assumed it was unique to birds, a special adaptation ...
Did men evolve navigation skills to find mates? Study links spatial ability, roaming distance and number of lovers
A University of Utah study of two African tribes found evidence that men evolved better navigation ability than women because men with better spatial skills - the ability to mentally manipulate objects - ...
Genesis of genitalia: We have one. Lizards have two. Why?
When it comes to genitalia, nature enjoys variety. Snakes and lizards have two. Birds and people have one. And while the former group's paired structures are located somewhat at the level of the limbs, ours, ...
Fossil has evidence of limb regeneration in 300 million year old amphibian
Human sense of fairness evolved to favor long-term cooperation
The human response to unfairness evolved in order to support long-term cooperation, according to a research team from Georgia State University and Emory University.