Welcome to Evolver Zone, a resource for students, teachers, and researchers with an interest in evolution.
The site was created by T. Ryan Gregory (University of Guelph) and designed by Rob Dooh (Threestone Studios). EZ contains links to multimedia, software, databases, professional societies, journals, and books, with new content added regularly. The site is 100% free to use. However, if you would like to help support the site, please consider buying some of the original evolution related merchandise available through the EZ store. Any surplus funds will be used to support student research.
You can navigate the site in various ways, using the search function (top right), browsing the top or side menus, or by clicking on the icons wherever you see them.
Evolver Zone is still evolving! New content continues to be added, so be sure to visit often or to subscribe to the feed.
T. Ryan Gregory discusses the use and misuse of iconic imagery to depict evolution.
Dr. Eugenie Scott of the NCSE gives writers some tips on how to convey evolutionary concepts accurately.
Seminars presented by an all-star list of speakers at the 2009 Darwin conference at the University of Chicago.
Street artist Blu uses stop-motion paint animation to create “an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life … and how it could probably end”.
What if the producers of the recent blockbuster Sherlock Holmes made a movie about Darwin? Dana Carvey, of Saturday Night Live fame, answers this question with a spoof movie trailer. Dana Carvey is “DARWIN” – watch more funny videos
A three-part series on the life and work of Charles Darwin on the CBC program The Nature of Things.
CBC Radio’s program Ideas pays tribute to Charles Darwin in this four-part series.
A special issue of the Journal of Effective Teaching on evolution education.
A website that seeks to promote the teaching and acceptance of the biological theory of evolution by emphasizing one of its great lessons: that life on Earth is one big extended family.