April 1, 2006 (Vol. 26, No. 7)


Strong Points: Educational content
Weak Points: Needs less space devoted to the society

I’ll be glad when the day comes that the principles of evolution are accepted routinely by non-scientists, just like the acceptance the Intelligent Designers have for scientific advancements like medicine, iPods, and the Internet. Until that happens, however, it is important for scientists to stay on top of this topic and lend support wherever they can. In that direction, The Society for the Study of Evolution stands as an important icon. Founded in 1946, the society hosts a site mostly dedicated to the workings and mechanics of the organization, but a few sections of the site are of more general interest. They include educational resources for K-12, links to other resources, a white paper on evolutionary biology (excellently written), and important statements on the study and teaching of evolution. A welcome set of resources from a very reputable source.

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