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Learn more about a recent close vote made by the Texas Board of Education to teach the mainstream theory of evolution without challenges made by religious and social conservatives in a New York Times editorial. If you are interested in learning more about teaching evolution in our schools, please see the resources available on the National Center for Science Education website.

Thank you for celebrating Darwin Day with us! Please see our collection of photographs from the art exhibit.

Watch this video about the One Book program: 'One Book' celebrates Darwin's Birthday

BugHunt, an online multiplayer computer game that simluates natural selection, was released to the public. Players compete to be the top predator. BugHunt was developed at NU by Uri Wilensky and Michael Novak (of the Center for Connected Learning and Computer-Based Modeling) for the One Boook One Northwestern project. Click HERE to play.

Interested in our past events? Visit our Archives page to learn more.

Interested in learning more about Evolution at Northwestern? Check out the Interdisciplinary Committee on Evolutionary Processes and the Minor in the Study of Evolutionary Processes.

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Read our latest essay, Darwin and Evolution, Inextricably Linked With
Natural History Collections
:  By Dr. Shannon Hackett, Head of Bird Division and Dr. John Bates, Chair of Zoology - Field Museum of Natural History - Posted March 17, 2009




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