Evo-Devo
October 2019

How did we get here? No, not you and me. Not any particular society. Not even humans in particular. The question is: how did life find its way from the simplest primordial micro-organisms to our current diversity of intricate relationships between complex organisms made up complicated cells? And, in a timelapse recreation, from single cell, the fertilized egg, to each vastly differentiated multicellular creature. How do these two pathways of generation relate? These are the elaborate questions that the synthetic biological field of Evo-Devo seeks to answer.

Beetle Bluffs
Beetle Bluffs
Anna Lindemann
Living Fossil
Living Fossil
Sean Hanley
Extrapolate
Extrapolate
Johan Rijpma
Moth Mimicry: Using Ultrasound to Avoid Bats
Moth Mimicry: Using Ultrasound to Avoid Bats
Carla Rebai
Animalia Genitalia
Animalia Genitalia
Nguyen Khoi Nguyen
Squid: Coming to Life
Squid: Coming to Life
Nipam Patel
Inside the Shared Life
Inside the Shared Life
Erin Espelie
Becoming
Becoming
Jan van IJken
Ant Sisters
Ant Sisters
Anna Lindemann
Symbiotic Earth: How Lynn Margulis Rocked the Boat and Started a Scientific Revolution
Symbiotic Earth: How Lynn Margulis Rocked the Boat and Started a Scientific Revolution
John Feldman
Wild Love
Wild Love
Eben Portnoy
Non Linear
Non Linear
Linnea Rundgren & Hugo Farrant
Track
Track
TOCHKA (Takeshi Nagata & Kazue Monno)
Playground
Playground
Mirai Mizue
Living Light
Living Light
Iwan Evans
Leaven
Leaven
Artur Hanaj
Shmevolution
Shmevolution
Nolan J. Downs
Amoeba
Amoeba
Pernille KJÆR
The Ostrich Politic
The Ostrich Politic
Mohammad HOUHOU
Evolution
Evolution
Michael Mills
From the Big Bang to Tuesday Morning
From the Big Bang to Tuesday Morning
Claude Cloutier
Santiago
Santiago
Emma Allen
Cyanobacteria
Cyanobacteria
Danielle Parsons
Microphobia
Microphobia
Nikki Schuster
The Jollies: A Biographical Artwork about Primatologist Alison Jolly
The Jollies: A Biographical Artwork about Primatologist Alison Jolly
Rachel Mayeri
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