Films

Dynamic stability and robustness of ecological systems: a missing link to evolutionary mechanisms?

Renee Duckworth, The University of Arizona, USA

 

Plenary talk at Evolution Evolving: Process, Mechanism and Theory
Churchill College, Cambridge, UK, 1-4 April 2019

 

 

Structuring knowledge in evolutionary biology

Alan C Love, University of Minnesota – Twin Cities, USA

 

Keynote talk at Evolution Evolving: Process, Mechanism and Theory
Churchill College, Cambridge, UK, 1-4 April 2019

 

 

Mutational and pre-mutational shaping of adaptation

Joanna Masel, The University of Arizona, USA

 

Keynote talk at Evolution Evolving: Process, Mechanism and Theory
Churchill College, Cambridge, UK, 1-4 April 2019

 

 

On the origins of novelty and diversity in development and evolution: case studies on horned beetles

Armin Moczek, Indiana University, USA

 

Keynote talk at Evolution Evolving: Process, Mechanism and Theory
Churchill College, Cambridge, UK, 1-4 April 2019

 

 

Causal patterns and how our theories change

Angela Potochnik, University of Cincinnati, USA

 

Keynote talk at Evolution Evolving: Process, Mechanism and Theory
Churchill College, Cambridge, UK, 1-4 April 2019

 

 

How to make general theories of evolution applicable to complex special cases

Sean Rice, Texas Tech University, USA

 

Keynote talk at Evolution Evolving: Process, Mechanism and Theory
Churchill College, Cambridge, UK, 1-4 April 2019

 

 

The Social Synapse: Neuroscience and the Roots of Human Connections

John Donvan, ABC Correspondent
Louise Barrett, University of Lethbridge
Augustin Fuentes, University of Notre Dame
Kevin Laland, University of St Andrews
Kevin Ochsner, Columbia University
Dietrich Stout, Emory University

 

World Science Festival 2017 panel session
2 June 2017, New York, USA

 

 

Joseph Henrich on Cultural Evolution, WEIRD Societies, and Life Among Two Strange Tribes

Joseph Henrich, Harvard University & Tyler Cowen, George Mason University

 

A ‘Conversations with Tyler’ interview, Mercatus Center, George Mason University
8 December 2016, Virginia, USA

 

Listen to the audio on Soundcloud
Read the full transcript at Conversations with Tyler

 

 

From pleistocene to anthropocene: why humans transformed earth and climate

Erle Ellis, University of Maryland

 

Guest lecture, Environmental Humanities Center, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
8 May 2017, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

 

 

The extended evolutionary synthesis: an epigenetic perspective

Eva Jablonka, Tel Aviv University

 

Guest lecture, Department of History and Philosophy of Science, Pittsburgh University
20 January 2017, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

 

Video with indexing and slides can be view on My Pitt Video

 

 



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