10-on-10: The Chronicles of Evolution

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[Photo Gallery]

 

11 December 2017 (Epilogue)

Sydney Brenner​: The Neutral Clock for the History of Life​

 

Eörs Szathmáry​​: Difficult Questions about Evolution ​

 

Gerd B. Müller​​: Towards an Extended Evolutionary Synthesis

 

20 November 2017

Helga Nowotny: A Humble View From Inside Evolution

 

Stefan Thurner: Why it Could Make Sense to Understand How Evolution Works — Finally — After 10^10 years​

 

13 October 2017

W. Brian Arthur: The Emergence of Technology in Human History

 

Sander van der Leeuw: The Evolution of Innovation

 

18 September 2017

Roland Fletcher: Hominin Cultural Evolution: Pattern and Process over 4 Million Years

 

J. Stephen Lansing: The Challenge of the Anthropocene

 

14 August 2017

Tecumseh Fitch: The Evolution of the Human Capacity for Language

 

Nick Enfield: The Evolutions of Language

 

14 July 2017

Terrence Sejnowski: Evolving Brains

 

Atsushi Iriki: A Presage of Anthropocene: How the Primate Brain and Its Learning Capacity Co-evolves with the Environment

 

6 June 2017

Francis Thackeray: Human Evolution in Africa, a Probabilistic Definition of a Species and Sigma Taxonomy

 

Svante Pääbo: A Neandertal Perspective on the Human Genome

 

23 May 2017

Byrappa Venkatesh: Evolution and Diversity of Fishes: The Largest Group of Extant Vertebrates

 

John Long: The Early Evolution of Sex as Told through the Fossil Record 

 

10 April 2017

Detlev Arendt: From Nerve Net to Brain: The Rise of the Urbilaterian in Animal Evolution  

 

Per Ahlberg: The Origin and Early Evolution of Vertebrates: From Jawless Wonders to the Conquest of the Land

 

13 March 2017

Jack W. Szostak: The Origin of Cellular Life

 

Hyman Hartman: The Origin of the Genetic Code and Metabolism: From the Eukaryotic Cell to the Carbonaceous Chondrites

 

21 February 2017

Sydney Brenner: Why We Need to Talk about Evolution

 

John D. Barrow: The Origin and Evolution of the Universe