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Sponsored by the A. P. Sloan Foundation and the National ScienceFoundation, the website's content is endorsed by the AmericanSociety of Naturalists, the Animal Behavior Society, the EcologicalSociety of America, the Genetics Society of America, thePaleontological Society, the Society for Molecular Biology andEvolution, the Society...
Sponsored by the A. P. Sloan Foundation and the National Science Foundation, the website's content is endorsed by the American Society of Naturalists, the Animal Behavior Society, the Ecological Society of America, the Genetics Society of America, the Paleontological Society, the Society for Molecular Biology and Evolution, the Society of Systematic Biologists, the Society for the Study of Evolution, as well as the American Institute of Biological Sciences.
With topics ranging from the relevance of evolutionary biology research, to the goals of evolutionary biology and how its studied, from explanations of current applications to the future of research in the field, Evolution, Science and Society is a rich resource for educators and the general public alike.
Carrying on from work initiated in 1998 by a group of prominent scientists in the field, "Evolution, Science and Society" presents the current work and theory of Evolutionary Biology in an intelligent and stimulating fashion.