Aging and death are prominent sources of concern for individuals of North America (Neimeyer 2004). It is not surprising that longevity and immortality have pervaded almost every culture at some point in time. The ancient Egyptians believed that preserving the body of the deceased would lead to preservation of the physical form in [...]
With the exception of my slip up during the introductions (I introduced Charles as “Sir Charles…”), here is a pretty great video of old Chuck talking to a class of high school students.
This was at a recent high school science conference we hosted, where we focused pretty much on all things evolution. And it [...]
Dates have been announced for the next molecular biology workshop (June 28th to July 3rd). Full details and testimonials can be found at this link.
It’s one week to go until our 2009 high school student conference. This event showcases various scientific pursuits, including the opportunity to engage in hands-on activities, as well as interact with some of the most prominent scientists in the world. This year’s program has an evolutionary science theme and it’s looking so good that I heard a rumor that Darwin himself, is thinking of coming.