Review one of our “Diablogs” (Dialogue with Darwin Blogs)!
While Dialogues with Darwin was open, visitors left comments on the exhibition and topics related to it. Though the comments are now closed, you can read what others have said.
On the Museum’s Flickr page, you can follow the dialogues that took place within the Museum exhibition, where visitors used handwritten sticky notes to post their comments.
Today’s Featured Diablog
June 10, 2009
Do you think biology – or any of the natural sciences – can be taught without teaching evolution? Why or why not?
Darwin depended on the British Imperial postal system to communicate. Today we have the internet. How are new technologies and changing institutions transforming the nature of science?
How briefly can you summarize Darwin’s big idea: evolution through natural selection?
Temple University students are blogging in response to their visit to the Dialogues with Darwin exhibition and questions posed by their professors.
View archived Temple Diablogs.