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Darwin @ Home
Darwin at Home is an open source software project that aims to bring the process of evolution into your computer at home so that you can see it working. From the initial projects to evolve locomotion it is now moving towards a more generic framework for evolution in general.

Darwin Digital Library of Evolution
Based at the American Museum of Natural History Library, the goal of this undertaking is to make the full literature of evolution available online within a historically and topically coherent structure. The work of Charles Robert Darwin is their pivot, but the framework includes the 17th century to the present and encompasses the history of evolution as a scientific theory with deep roots and broad cultural consequences.

Evolution Resources From the National Academies
Lots of excellent reports, statements, research papers, articles and other evolution resources.

Genetics & Evolution
Great articles about genetics & evolution.

National Center for Science Education
Defends the teaching of evolution in public schools. Nationally-recognized (USA) clearinghouse for information and advice to keep evolution in the science classroom and "scientific creationism" out. This is the only national organization to specialize in this issue.

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