Love and Fitness

16 September 2015 grant 0

PLOS Biology wants us to know that in a cost/benefit analysis, love comes out ahead: A new study published in PLOS Biology by Malika Ihle, […]

Pitchers tell evolution’s story

2 July 2013 grant 0

Nature draws an ancient lesson from America’s favorite pastime, observing how baseball pitchers reveal the evolution of human beings: “Throwing projectiles probably enabled our ancestors […]

Cars shape sparrows’ evolution.

21 March 2013 grant 0

Nature demonstrates how (possibly) our machines are transforming birds’ whole existence: Roadside-nesting cliff swallows have evolved shorter, more manoeuvrable wings, which may have helped them […]

Robot buddies.

5 May 2011 grant b 0

Science Mag produces proof – actual, empirical proof – that nice guys really can finish first and that even killer robots can learn to care […]

Malarial evolution.

21 October 2010 grant b 0

Scientific American notices that the mosquitoes that carry malaria seem to be splitting off into their own species: “We can see that mosquitoes are evolving […]

Running barefoot.

3 February 2010 grant b 0

ScienceDaily keeps up with the latest research into the health benefits of running without shoes: [S]ays Daniel E. Lieberman, professor of human evolutionary biology at […]

Birdfeeder evolution.

7 December 2009 grant b 0

Wired reveals one strange way humans are changing the natural world – by accidentally creating new species: “This is reproductive isolation, the first step of […]

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