Evolution & Life Sciences

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A scientist wearing a lab coat is talking to a group of people in a science laboratory.
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AAAS celebrates 25 years connecting science and religion

Becky Ham

The AAAS DoSER program is celebrating 25 years of connecting science and religion on June 15 with a free virtual…
Mónica Feliú-Mójer stands, smiling and looking at the camera, on an empty street with trees in the background
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Mónica Feliú-Mójer

We spoke with Mónica Feliú-Mójer about teaching science by using relevant cultural context and what to think about when working…
Liz Barnes stands behind a desk with her hands on the desk, smiling
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Liz Barnes

We spoke with Liz Barnes about understanding and addressing tensions related to religious identity and evolution, particularly in biology classrooms.
Reconciling Past Injustices: Building a future in African American genomics
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Reconciling Past Injustices: Building a future in African American genomics

Dr. Fatimah Jackson presents an overview of Cobb Research Lab Studies as a model for science practice and community engagement.
Humans and Race
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New Film Series Explores Science’s Role in Fighting Racism

Adam D. Cohen

DoSER has launched a new film series that explores human evolution, the history of scientific racism, and the lack of…
Humans and Race
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Humans and Race

A new video series from AAAS DoSER exploring the past and present intersections of science and racism. This series will explore difficult topics such…
Science: The Wide Angle Film Series 2
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Science: The Wide Angle Film Series

AAAS DoSER, in collaboration with Fourth Line Films, has produced an exciting series of short films to spark discussion of…
Shekhar Kolipaka looks at the camera in this headshot
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Shekhar Kolipaka

We spoke with Shekhar Kolipaka about his approach to encouraging tiger conservation behavior in local Indian villages.
Fatimah Jackson smiles at the camera in this headshot
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Fatimah Jackson

We spoke with Fatimah Jackson about the complementarity of Islam and human evolution, involving and empowering community members in research,…
Israel Borokini in African dress outside of Reno, Nevada
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Israel Borokini

We spoke with Israel Borokini about his work in Nigeria on traditional and ethnomedicinal plant usage, building trust with local…