Wednesday, April 18, 2012 - 22:30 in Biology & Nature
In a dog-eat-dog world of ruthless competition and ‘survival of the fittest,’ new research reveals that individuals are genetically programmed to work together and cooperate with those who most resemble themselves.
- Genetic similarity promotes cooperation -- new studyWed, 18 Apr 2012, 23:32:37 EDT
- MIT: Cooperative behavior meshes with evolutionary theoryMon, 6 Apr 2009, 13:28:51 EDT
- United we stand: When cooperation butts heads with competitionThu, 1 May 2008, 14:28:20 EDT
- Providing incentives to cooperate can turn swords into ploughsharesTue, 7 Dec 2010, 22:32:48 EST
- Total cooperation among people is not viableMon, 14 Feb 2011, 10:35:48 EST