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Life Finds a Way: Welcome to Anthropocene Park. Bailey, Ronald Critical essay Feb 17, 2018 1468
Making moonlight memories. Piecuch, Sarah Dec 1, 2016 1180
Does a biologist need a soul? Carroll, William E. Essay Jun 22, 2015 8376
Amber waves. Mangu-Ward, Katherine Brief article Nov 1, 2014 166
The man who grew eyes. O'Hare, Ryan Brief article Sep 5, 2014 135
Hurtling toward a planet without apes. Jun 1, 2013 315
Editor's remarks. Semeiks, Jonna G. Column Sep 22, 2012 1300
Lynn Margulis (1938-2011) truth straight on: reflections on the vision and spirit of Lynn Margulis. McFall-Ngai, Margaret Aug 1, 2012 463
Flight lessons from extinct flapper. Quill, Elizabeth Brief article Feb 25, 2012 298
Unhappy returns: for decades, we have been getting less and less oil for the energy invested in finding and extracting it. Surely it's time to address the problem. Nikiforuk's, Andrew Nov 1, 2011 619
Flight patterns. Brief article Sep 22, 2011 125
Evolution: the nature of human origins is less important than the origins of human nature. Gibson, Robert Jul 1, 2011 647
Lysenkoism at OSU? Jasper, William F. Apr 4, 2011 805
Log cabin bass. Neumann, Rob Brief article Mar 1, 2011 105
Nourishing the hunger of the other: a rapprochement between Levinas and Darwin. Atterton, Peter Critical essay Jan 1, 2011 8309
Carolyn Errington's role in the publication of Paul L. Errington's Of Predation and Life. Sivils, Matthew Wynn Sep 1, 2010 880
Guest editorial: where is the "origin" in the Origin of Species? McComas, William F. Editorial Feb 1, 2010 1527
Charles Darwin's botanical investigations. Harley, Suzanne M. Report Feb 1, 2010 4349
Darwin's "imaginary illustrations": creatively teaching evolutionary concepts & the nature of science. Love, Alan C. Report Feb 1, 2010 6183
What cannot be. Sep 22, 2009 510
A link between the animate and inanimate. Jun 1, 2009 483
Earth's endless forms: the fascinating interchange between the revolutionary theories of Charles Darwin and art of the late 19th and early 20th centuries is explored in a groundbreaking interdisciplinary exhibition. May 1, 2009 953
The man who rocked biology to its core. Siegfried, Tom Feb 11, 2009 1234
Modern biology owes unpayable debt to Darwin. Siegfried, Tom Jan 31, 2009 435
Harry Oldfield. Klotter, Jule Jan 1, 2009 341
Do we need literary Darwinism? Goodheart, Eugene Jun 22, 2008 1984
Approaches to the question 'what is life?': reconciling theoretical biology with philosophical biology. Gare, Arran Jan 1, 2008 12831
Curing the Children of Silent Spring. Neimark, Jill Jan 1, 2008 1361
Biological Bulletin virtual symposium: the neuroecology of chemical defense. Zimmer, Richard K.; Derby, Charles D. Conference news Dec 1, 2007 1848
From the president. Waller, Pat Critical essay May 1, 2007 1045
What to make of all this commentary on Haeckel? Blackwell, Will H. Editorial Mar 1, 2007 1644
"More than just a hypothesis". Grove, J.W. Biography Jun 22, 2005 1705
Gaia: is the Earth alive? Jan 1, 2000 1198
How Rachel Carson Helped Save The Brown Pelican: One of America's most charismatic coastal birds is thriving again, thanks in part to a biologist-turned-author. Lipske, Michael Dec 1, 1999 1783

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