Sex, Genes & Rock 'n' Roll - How evolution has shaped the modern world
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Evolution might be ‘the most important idea anyone ever had’, as philosopher Dan Dennett puts it, but outside of biology the awesome power of evolutionary theory remains underappreciated and underused. Rob Brooks explores some very modern phenomena, including obesity, Asia’s missing women, decisions about children’s schooling and the appalling mortality rates among rock stars, to show that evolution can sit comfortably with other explanations in helping us understand our lives and our world.
- On Tuesday 01 May from 18.30 to 20.00
Tuesday 1 May 2012 @ 6.30pm – 8.00pm
Australian Museum, 6 College Street (opposite Hyde Park) Sydney 2000 Venue details
Australian Museum Members
02 9320 6225
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Museum Station and St James Station, and the main bus routes into the city. For George Street bus services, get off at Town Hall and walk up Park Street.
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Australian Museum, 6 College Street (opposite Hyde Park) Sydney 2000