The theory of evolution, as well-established as any in the history of science, is of vast daily practical use.
The special issue editors outline the themed articles looking at Darwin's world.
A series of activities illustrating that observations from different sources, such as fossils and DNA, together provide powerful evidence for the e
Janet M. Haresnape
Teaching models for simulating nervous pathways related to the human withdrawal reflex that can engage students in active learning.
Leo Chi Chun Lee
Firstly, university students need to develop skills needed for independent study and critical thinking.
The primary theoretical framework for the study of human physical attraction is currently Darwinian sexual selection.
Lynda G Boothroyd
This article summarises teachers' views on their knowledge of Darwin and his work, issues they raised regarding teaching Darwin-related activi
The rapidly growing field of epigenetics has transformed biological theory and yet many of us are unaware of its significance; should epigenetics b
Teaching Mendelian genetics with a virtual Drosophila laboratory
Are students in middle-years biology courses (11-16 years) acquiring a fundamental understanding of genetics that will prepare them to understand t
Neil R. Ingram
Integrating Conrad Hal Waddington's ideas into the curriculum: methods and benefits.
Neil R. Ingram
Contrary to some popular thinking, fish do not produce a lot of eggs because so many are eaten by predators.