Social cognition, the ability to accept, process, and apply information about social situtations and contexts, has been studied from many different scientific...
Thanks to a chance meeting in a taxi in Copenhagen in 2011, Cambridge now has two new Centres dedicated to ensuring that we humans avoid the pitfalls of our...
Workshop schedule: *** Friday November 3 ***9:45 – 11am Peter Hiscock (Department of Archaeology, The University of Sydney) ...
The Centre for Philosophy of the Sciences, School of Philosophy, ANU presents"Design Principles for Evolvability: Re-Use Across the Sciences". Change in...
Nearly every major bacterial lineage studied to date possesses strains that produce protein-based toxins that are thought to function as anti-competitor...
Abstract: The brains, and hence minds, of animals evolved to complement their bodies. The diversity of those bodies, and their histories, tell us something...