Previously at the ICA - Events
5 Dec 2006
Our evolution designed us for a world very different from that which we have constructed for ourselves, says an important new strain of scientific thinking, and this mismatch means that we increasingly fail to adapt to the demands of modern life. The cost of all this, according to some, is displayed by growing health problems such as obesity and diabetes. Is the mismatch really a problem - and, if so, what steps can we take to address it?
Speakers: Lord Winston, Professor of Fertility Studies at Imperial College School of Medicine; Peter Gluckman, University of Auckland; Professor Mark Hanson, University of Southampton. Chair: Christine McGourty, Science Correspondent for the BBC. Nash Room