We talk to evolutionary biologist Andreas Wagner, a reference in the study of evolutionary innovations.
Throughout evolution, sexually reproducing animals have used the process of beauty recognition to maximise their attractiveness to the opposite sex.
The Eyedropper is dedicated to Svante Päabo, the swedish biologist who has won this year's Nobel Prize for Medicine
To talk about life is to talk about cooperation. In a world dominated by Darwinian competition, how has cooperation come to play such an important role?
Building on the evolutionary basis of cooperation, this monograph looks at human social structures, from the most ancient and simple to the most complex of modern societies.
Sickness behaviours are far from being exclusive to humans; they have been found in virtually all animals in which they have been studied.