As the human species evolved from Paleolithic to modern times, our bodies have changed to fit the world around us. But with the human landscape moving quickly from the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions to the modern day of smartphones and junk food, are our bodies able to keep up?
Celebrated wildlife filmmaker Sir David Attenborough speaks about his and Wallace’s shared passion for beautiful Birds of Paradise.
In a special lecture, J. Craig Venter describes his current work and new book, Life at the Speed of Light, which illuminates the emerging field of synthetic genomics by detailing its origins, controversies, and potential effects on our future.
For nearly four decades, the Margaret Mead Film Festival, has encompassed a broad spectrum of film works, from indigenous community media to experimental nonfiction.