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Creation vs Evolution: Why science communication is doomed

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Microbe Counts and Transgenerational Epigenetics

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Learning to read the tree of life

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Communicating about evolution: the danger of shortcuts

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Do Cats With FIV Foretell HIV’s Future?

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PLoS Biology Podcast Episode 05: Flirting with Disaster

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Promise ‘em Bigfoot, give ‘em science

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On paleontologists, paper dolls, and the human family tree

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The Evolution Solution

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Calling Dr. Kane

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