Contact, Disgust, and The Law

The Gruter Institute recently held a conference at the The Royal Society in London. The topic was “The Evolution of Kissing and Adaptive Trade-Offs in Human Contact: Perspectives in Evolutionary Biology, Immunology Human Behavior, and Implications for the Increasingly Digital Age.” As part of the program, Carlton Patrick, Professor of Law, University of Central Florida, […]

User Innovation: A Novel Framework for Studying Animal Innovation Within a Comparative Context

Lydia Hopper, Director of Behavioral Management, Research Animal Resources, Johns Hopkins University & Andrew Torrance, Paul E. Wilson Distinguished Professor of Law and Associate Dean of Graduate and International Law, University of Kansas School of Law User innovation refers to the process by which individuals or groups create novel products to address their own needs, […]