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Prof BM Das Memorial Endowment Lecture

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GUWAHATI, Feb 25 - Professor BM Das Memorial Endowment Lecture this year was held at Vidyasagar University, Midnapur on February 21. The event is held every year on the same date by the INCAA (Indian National Confederation and Academy of Anthropologists) in different parts of India in different universities, a press release stated.

In this Indian Anthropology Congress 2017, Prof BRK Shukla of Lucknow University presented a very interesting lecture on the topic �The Concept of Nomass and the Evolutionary Potential�.

Explaining how everything changes through time, how everything evolves, Prof Shukla spoke on evolution in living systems that have both random and non-random features and this can be seen and shown statistically in large inter-breeding populations or species.

�Anthropologists have noted that all known cultures have explanations explaining their place in their world. We understand mass and nomass by putting order to it. To understand ourselves, we must put order to all the information that we know about ourselves, and this means understanding our own biology, including our evolutionary biology,� he stated.

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Prof BM Das Memorial Endowment Lecture

GUWAHATI, Feb 25 - Professor BM Das Memorial Endowment Lecture this year was held at Vidyasagar University, Midnapur on February 21. The event is held every year on the same date by the INCAA (Indian National Confederation and Academy of Anthropologists) in different parts of India in different universities, a press release stated.

In this Indian Anthropology Congress 2017, Prof BRK Shukla of Lucknow University presented a very interesting lecture on the topic �The Concept of Nomass and the Evolutionary Potential�.

Explaining how everything changes through time, how everything evolves, Prof Shukla spoke on evolution in living systems that have both random and non-random features and this can be seen and shown statistically in large inter-breeding populations or species.

�Anthropologists have noted that all known cultures have explanations explaining their place in their world. We understand mass and nomass by putting order to it. To understand ourselves, we must put order to all the information that we know about ourselves, and this means understanding our own biology, including our evolutionary biology,� he stated.