Tell the Public Why Evolution Matters to Your Research

If you’re an evolutionary biologist, try to find the time to do this:

The National Center for Science Education has joined with the Coalition
on Public Understanding of Science to help put together content for
their Year of Science website
One part of the website for February (which focuses on Evolution) will
highlight scientists and their research, and specifically why evolution
is important to their work.
We are asking for interested researchers to submit the information below.
We will then incorporate their information into the website.
Responses can be sent to Louise Mead at
Thank you.
1. Name and institution
2. BRIEFLY describe your research focus, in language that the general public
would understand.
3. Why is evolution important to your research?
Unfortunately, we are fast approaching February, so responses must be
submitted by January 30th.

Sounds good to me.

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2 Responses to Tell the Public Why Evolution Matters to Your Research

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