Lactose tolerance is a sign that human evolution is still at work, says Briana Pobiner, an anthropologist at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History and keynote speaker at ISP’s recent Darwin Day.
This fall, STEM TQ teachers were challenged to STEMitize one classroom lesson and report back the results. ISP spoke with four teachers who undertook the homework assignment with overwhelmingly positive results.
Skywatchers will be treated to a rare celestial show on August 21, 2017 — the first total solar eclipse visible from the continental United States in nearly four decades. ISP has held several FREE workshops to educate St. Louis area teachers on the eclipse and ways to safely view it.
ISP Faculty Fellow David Kirk grew up in an anti-evolution household. As an adult, he has committed his time and money to improving evolution education.
On the morning of December 2, several dozen students from University City High School made their way into a dance studio in the Mallinckrodt Center for a unique artistic experience.
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Lactose tolerance is a sign that human evolution is still at work, says Briana Pobiner, a paleoanthropologist with the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of Natural History. She was the keynote …Read more.
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