In A Heartbeat
Anthropologist Lynne Isbell is here to speak about her Snake Detection Theory, explaining the evolution of primate and human vision. Snakes, one of the oldest predators, may have acted as a selective pressure for visual acuity.
Addtionally, Daniel Friedman, an undergraduate researcher at UCD, discusses his work studying sexual dimorphisms in fruit flies and the implications genetic research like this may have regarding higher order taxa such as humans.
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