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Evolution Evolving: Recent Biological Findings Shed New Light on Human Behaviour

by Kevin N. Lala


Jun 11, 2024

Evolutionary biology's latest findings suggest a revised understanding of adaptability and feedback loops, relevant to human behavior and policy-making on behavioral risk. This 'new biology' underscores humanity's unique cultural and social dynamics, emphasizing the evolutionary significance of cultural inheritance. Recognizing humans as active agents shaping their evolution through cultural norms is crucial for developing comprehensive risk-management strategies.

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The Rising Risk of ‘Cultural Contamination’

by Starling Insights


Aug 08, 2023

ICYMI: The forced acquisition of scandal-ridden Credit Suisse by its rival UBS in June this year has raised concerns about "cultural contamination" as thousands of Credit Suisse employees are absorbed into the acquiring organization.