This is one of several panel discussions on evolutionary topics that have been held at Cornell University as part of recent Darwin Days. Two of my good friends and colleagues, Warren Allmon and Will Provine, have prominent roles. As you watch this, pay particular attention to their points of view, in particular with respect to the status of eugenics thinking in today’s world. Is eugenics an historical relic, to be studied as such (Allmon), or is it in fact alive and well in the world of medical genetics (Provine)?