1. Rob Dunn

    Current Biology 25(6) (2015)

    Q&A with Rob Dunn, evolutionary biologist, ecologist and writer.
  2. The evolution of architecture.

    Scientific American 311(5):72 (2014) PMID 25464666

  3. The evolution of architecture.

    Scientific American 311(5):72 (2014) PMID 25464666

  4. Meet the lodgers

    New Scientist 223(2983):34 (2014)

    Your house contains an entire ecosystem of organisms whose fate is in your hands, says evolutionary biologist Rob Dunn
  5. Meet the lodgers

    New Scientist 223(2983):34 (2014)

    Your house contains an entire ecosystem of organisms whose fate is in your hands, says evolutionary biologist Rob Dunn
  6. Everything you know about calories is wrong.

    Scientific American 309(3):56 (2013) PMID 24003555

  7. Everything you know about calories is wrong.

    Scientific American 309(3):56 (2013) PMID 24003555

  8. The 10,000 year bender: why humans love a tipple

    New Scientist 217(2901):38 (2013)

    Our taste for alcohol results from an evolutionary tussle between humans and yeast, one in which the microbes have often had the upper hand
  9. The 10,000 year bender: why humans love a tipple

    New Scientist 217(2901):38 (2013)

    Our taste for alcohol results from an evolutionary tussle between humans and yeast, one in which the microbes have often had the upper hand
  10. Of lice and men: a very intimate history

    New Scientist 216(2889):36 (2012)

    Scratch the surface of our long relationship with lice and you discover some unsavoury details of human evolution
  11. Of lice and men: a very intimate history

    New Scientist 216(2889):36 (2012)

    Scratch the surface of our long relationship with lice and you discover some unsavoury details of human evolution
  12. Why an old foe simply won't go away

    New Scientist 215(2874):52 (2012)

  13. Why an old foe simply won't go away

    New Scientist 215(2874):52 (2012)

  14. Why haven't bald men gone extinct?

    New Scientist 214(2869):44 (2012)

    Even as we get to grips with the biology of baldness, the shiny pate remains a real evolutionary mystery
  15. Why haven't bald men gone extinct?

    New Scientist 214(2869):44 (2012)

    Even as we get to grips with the biology of baldness, the shiny pate remains a real evolutionary mystery
  16. How fungi made us hot blooded

    New Scientist 212(2841):50 (2011)

    Every day fungi kill millions of animals and plants. Very few of these victims maintain a body temperature above 37 °C. Coincindence?
  17. How fungi made us hot blooded

    New Scientist 212(2841):50 (2011)

    Every day fungi kill millions of animals and plants. Very few of these victims maintain a body temperature above 37 °C. Coincindence?
  18. Our evolving present.

    Scientific American 297(6):23 (2007) PMID 18237094

  19. Our evolving present.

    Scientific American 297(6):23 (2007) PMID 18237094

  20. Rob Dunn

    Current Biology in press

    Q&A with Rob Dunn, evolutionary biologist, ecologist and writer.