The wonders of evolution

Cameron Smith and Julia Ruppell (Portland State): What Anthropologists Should Know About the New Evolutionary Synthesis. The introduction (by Michael Ruse) to The Origin Then and Now: An Interpretive Guide to the Origin of Species by David N. Reznick. From The New Atlantis, Stephen L. Talbott on evolution and the illusion of randomness. Lamarck ascending: A review of Transformations of Lamarckism: From Subtle Fluids to Molecular Biology. Christie Wilcox on evolution and the rise of complexity. Helen Camakaris on how our evolutionary instincts are shaping our future on the planet. A look at how evolution is written all over your face. From the Journal of Future Studies, Arthur Saniotis and Maciej Henneberg (Adelaide): Future Evolution of the Human Brain. From the Journal of Evolution and Technology, a special issue on Minds and Machines. Nick Bostrom and Eliezer Yudkowsky on the ethics of artificial intelligence. Unnatural selection: Is evolving reproductive technology ushering in a new age of eugenics? Welcome to Evotourism, Smithsonian’s new travel-information service that will help you find and fully enjoy the wonders of evolution.