Re: Back to nature
It was in two parts, and if you feel comfortable with the big concepts of quantum mechanics, the first is optional. It describes the history more than anything - although you hear some lesser known names.
The second was more interesting. It explained how biologists have started finding quantum effects all over nature. From memory:
1) Robins navigation systems (detecting infinitesimal magnetism)
2) How plant cells process sunlight so efficiently (using the fact a quantum particle is in all places at once)
3) How enzymes work at a molecular level, using quantum tunneling
4) How the sense of smell distinguishes between similar shaped molecules (by differentiating their quantum "signature")
5) Was an examination into an ongoing hypothesis that evolution has been driven by quantum changes.
All proof that what we knew 30 years ago was incomplete at best and wrong at worst.