What if we took the 'struggle for life' seriously again?
How should we view The Selfish Gene 50 years on?
Physics has such nice equations and universal laws. Could we ever expect to find similar principles or axioms for biology?
Should we give Mendel's peas a chance? Nah, we've moved on.
"Physics is the most fundamental and all-inclusive of the sciences." Or is it?
Are we all just running on molecular clockwork?
René Descartes kinda ruined biology
What *actually* makes conception special?
Definitions are a funny thing..
Evolution is not, I repeat, NOT natural selection
Individuality is a process.
Suicide is a truly bizarre evolutionary strategy. Why does it exist?
A deep-dive into the biology of the colonial aliens from Edge of Tomorrow.
Discrete categorisation of individuals and non-individuals is like herding cats. Thinking about individuality more generally offers some solutions