NABT Molecular Insights videos available online


Via the recent Carnival of Evolution, NCSE notes that a series of four videos collectively titled “Molecular Insights into Classical Examples of Evolution” that were presented at the recent Conference of the National Association of Biology Teachers are now available online. They feature Edmund D. Brodie on predator/prey arms races, Allen G. Rodrigo on rapidly evolving viruses, Hopi E. Hoekstra on the genetics of color adaptation, and Sean Carroll on genetic switches and the evolution of form.


Thanks for this Richard. I found the the Carroll talk most interesting.

I saw Edmund Brodie’s work on television not too long ago. I can’t recall if it was on NOVA or the National Geographic channel.

Very understandable presentation on TTX arms race by Brodie. The most common change to afford TTX resistance needs only one base change!

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