The Beeb and Darwin (and me)

The BBC has launched a pair of spiffy new magazines about science–BBC Focus in the UK, and BBC Knowledge in the US. They’re running a special package of articles in honor of Darwin’s 200th birthday, which includes stuff from Richard Dawkins, PZ Myers, and me. They asked me to pay a visit to the lab of Richard Lenski, whose work documenting evolution in action I’ve written about on the Loom and in my book Microcosm. You can read about their work in what the BBC is calling a “digi-magazine” if you go here. (It requires Flash to see, and for some reason I can only see it on my Mac if I use Safari.)

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