New Milner Centre for Evolution study tracks how “flower power” survived mass extinction 66 million years ago to become the dominant plant type
Milner Centre for Evolution
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Professor Matt Wills explains in The Conversation how evolution isn't always a "march of progress", with mammals evolving in many different directions.
Research shows global cooling of the climate 10 million years ago led to an explosion of diversity in terrestrial orchids.
Researchers from Bath are collaborating on two new multi-million pound research projects that will tackle significant fundamental questions in bioscience.
An international team of researchers has discovered that a new mammalian gene evolved to control an equally new structure in our nerve cells.
Fossils of a giant killer mosasaur have been discovered, along with the fossilised remains of its prey.
The Milner Centre for Evolution has produced free lesson plans and resources based on unique research into the most effective ways to teach evolution.
Showcasing outreach initiatives from researchers at the Milner Centre for Evolution.
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Children meet creepy crawlies and learn how to use microscopes at the Milner Centre for Evolution.
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