A basic overview of phylogenetic tree inference.
Abigail Lustig, a historian at the University of Texas at Austin, presents her testimony on the history and status of evolution as fact and theory to the Texas Board of Education.
Ajit Varki discusses primate evolution and its relevance to human medicine.
Psychiatrist Andy Thomson presents his hypothesis for the evolution of religion as a byproduct of other adaptive components of human cognition.
Intelligent design proponent claims that textbooks are wrong on evolution.
A video in French discussing punctuated equilibria and transitional fossils.
Tyler Keillor at the University of Chicago discusses the process of creating the model for Tiktaalik.
Science writer Carl Zimmer and paleontologist/developmental biologist Neil Shubin discuss Tiktaalik and related subjects.
A challenge to proponents of intelligent design.
Biologist Christopher Wills discusses the evolution of complexity at various scales.
Genome scientist J. Craig Venter discusses his work on environmental genomics in discovering microbial diversity in the sea.
Daniel Dennett provides an evolutionary perspective on questions of human psychology.
Philosopher Daniel Dennett discusses dangerous memes.
Philosopher Daniel Dennett discusses consciousness.
Videos related to the 2009 Darwin exhibit presented by the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History.
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.
The BBC series Darwin’s Dangerous Idea starring Andrew Marr.
A video showing an orchid and the moth that Darwin correctly predicted must pollinate it.
A 10 lecture series presented by Stanford University in their continuing studies course entitled “Darwin’s Legacy”. Features lectures by Eugenie Scott, Janet Browne, Daniel Dennett, Peter and Rosemary Grant, Niles Eldredge, Paul Ewald, Russell Fernald, and several others.