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Yale Science: From Guts to Galaxies: Evolution on Many Scales

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Featured, Technology & STEM

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Adults
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Ever wonder how everything around us has evolved – no matter the size? How have scientists tracked evolution and what tools can inform us about the future? Join us for this month’s Science in the News program, when three Yale scientists will discuss evolution across space AND time. You’ll learn how the gut bacteria has evolved over lifetimes, the tools scientists used to trace the last universal common ancestor, and how galaxies can come to an end over time.

Learn more about the presenters here!