Darwin in the City: My Talk About Humans Driving Evolution

Yesterday I delivered the Director's Lecture at Harvard's Arnold Arboretum. Speaking as I was at a lovely green island in a venerable city, I decided to talk about how life evolves in our human-dominated world. My talk ranged from New York City mice to HIV to GM-crop-feasting insects to climate-driven extinctions.

I've embedded the video below the fold. The lighting on my is fairly dim, but the slides show up fine and the sound is clear. Below the video, I've also embedded the slides for easy viewing. (more…)

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