Here are a few of the many websites that offer resources for learning about evolution, both in the biological sciences and in relation to human affairs.
Evolution: This View of Life is an online magazine in which all of the content is from an evolutionary perspective. It includes content aggregated from the internet as well as new content generated by our staff of editors and contributing authors in twelve subject areas: biology, culture, health, arts, technology, religion, politics, mind, paleontology, economy, environment, and education.
This website is maintained at the University of California at Berkeley and includes many features, including an “Evolution 101” course, methods of teaching evolution in K-12 education, evolution in the news, and more.
This is the main scientific society for the study of evolution in the USA. The website includes a comprehensive list of general resources, evolution societies around the world, educational resources, and more.
The National Evolutionary Synthesis Center was established by the National Science Foundation several years ago. It offers more professional level information about evolution, mostly in the biological sciences.
The National Center for Science Education is at the forefront of defending the teaching of evolution in public schools.
The Human Behavior and Evolution Society is the largest scientific society devoted to studying all aspects of humanity from an evolutionary perspective. The website offers a number of resources for extending evolutionary theory beyond the biological sciences to human related disciplines such as anthropology, psychology, economics, sociology, religion, the arts, and more.
This website is the best starting point for studying religion from an evolutionary perspective. It includes a beginner’s guide, a directory of scientists that comprise the field, and a model research project on religious conceptions of the afterlife.
While the previous website is dedicated to the academic study of religion, this one is for religious believers who want to know how science can provide the strongest foundation for vibrant religious faith.
With understanding comes the capacity for improvement. The Evolution Institute is the first think tank that uses evolutionary theory to address important public policy issues.
Advancing the teaching of evolution in higher education.