The Heredity podcast features interviews with the people behind the science and a digest of breaking news from Richard Nichols at Queen Mary University of London.
Listen to the May 2011 episode, content includes:
• Learning about evolution from dog genetics
• Successful sperm competition and its heritability
• Evolution of malarial resistance
• Measuring inbreeding
• Evolution of genetic modularity
• Long distance gene flow in trees
The most desirable method for listening is to subscribe to the podcast, so that the latest episode is automatically delivered free to your desktop.
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You can also access individual episodes and find a list of the articles mentioned in each podcast at the Heredity Podcast Archive.
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