Announcing Evolutionary Developmental Biology: A Reference Guide
Laura Nuño de la Rosa and Gerd B. Müller brought together an integrated set of reflections on major current issues in evo-devo
Evolutionary Political Economy: Transformation and Simulation
Manuel SCHOLZ-WÄCKERLE (Vienna University of Economics and Business), 29 April 2021, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Science Diplomacy in the Post-COVID World
Mandë HOLFORD (CUNY) & Marga GUAL SOLER (SciDipGLOBAL), 22 April 2021, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Holobiont Evo-Devo: Animal Development as a Team Sport
Scott GILBERT (Swarthmore College), 15 April 2021, 5.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Is knowledge just another buzzword in the sustainability sciences?
New systematic review by Apetrei, Caniglia, von Wehrden, and Lang analyzes five different entry points by which knowledge is approached by the sustainability sciences.
Inherency and Agency in the Evolution of Development
Stuart A. NEWMAN (New York Medical College), 8 April 2021, 4.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Does baby size matter? Unexpected similarities in human and chimpanzee pelvises
Chimpanzees appear to possess similar obstetric adaptations in their pelvis as humans, despite giving birth to much smaller babies. KLI fellow Nicole Grunstra explains these findings under a facilitated variation hypothesis.
Thinking Ecologically about Cities: A Global South Perspective
Harini NAGENDRA (Azim Premji University), 1 April 2021, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Ameisen und ihre Parasiten bieten Einblicke in die Mechanismen von Entwicklung und Evolution
The KLI 2021 Spring Colloquium is Here!
Announcing our colloquium speakers and titles.
ClimArtLab Project: Evolving Futures by Owning our Mess
KLI Scientific Director Guido Caniglia and Dominika Glogowski at artEC/Oindustry kicked off the project with a keynote presentation and a zoom-and-greet.
Sifting through the shapeshifters: interview with Alice Laciny on parasite-induced morphologies in ants
KLI Alice Laciny's review is the first piece of scholarship to comprehensively synthesize what we know about parasites that affect ant morphology.
Why Feminist Philosophy of Science?
Sharon CRASNOW (Norco College) & Kristen INTEMANN (Montana State University), 11 March 2021, 5.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
How Molecular Forces and Rotating Planets Create Life
New book by Jan Spitzer reconceptualizes the origin of life on Earth.
New morphometric methods to break down organismal shape into adaptive and neutrally evolving components improve phylogenetic reconstruction
A group around KLI fellow Nicole Grunstra and Philipp Mitteroecker developed new methods to reconstruct phylogenetic relationships from morphology.
Neanderthal feces on fire illuminates gut microbiome features
KLI fellow Stephanie Schnorr writes about her latest paper in Communications Biology.
Telling stories to make a difference: Anna Sundermann on Nachhaltigkeit Erzählen
We interviewed KLI fellow Anna Sundermann on the launch of a new book that investigates storytelling for sustainability communication.
Pregnant females as historical individuals: an insight from the philosophy of evo-devo
Laura Nuño de la Rosa, Mihaela Pavlicev and Arantza Etxeberria propose a solution to the individuality of pregnancy.
Scientists’ responsibility for global futures
In a perspective piece for AAAS's Science and Diplomacy, scientific director Guido Caniglia and coauthors call for a new convention for science diplomacy.
Art-Science Performance: The Colony
Join us for a screening and discussion of the evo devo art science performance THE COLONY: 28 January 2021, 3.00 pm. To join the virtual event please register with Zoom.