• New York Academy of Sciences Podcast

  • 150 Years of the Origin of Species

    Nobel Laureate and neurobiologist Gerald Edelman, psychologist Paul Ekman, and anthropologist Terrence Deacon tell us how Charles Darwin has influenced science and their personal careers.
    View the Thirteen WNET video of this event here.
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