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Monday, December 28, 2009
What Darwin Never Knew

One hundred and fifty years later, scientists decode nature's greatest mysteries in a two-hour NOVA special.

The special will highlight breakthroughs in the new science of evolutionary developmental biology ("evo-devo") that have allowed biologists to crack nature's biggest secrets at the genetic level.

Time to set your DVR!

It airs tomorrow, Tuesday, December 29th on PBS.

Check your local listings.

posted by Jeremy Mohn

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