Charles Darwin

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English natural scientist who formulated a theory of evolution by natural selection (1809-1882)

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Darwinism, the word used for the theory initiated by the British naturalist Charles Darwin, first appeared in 1860.
Charles Darwin University has declared restricted research grants for Pakistani and global grants.
By the 20th century, it had become the property of Charles Darwin.
Author Sylvia Johnson brings her experience as an award-winning writer and editor of nonfiction science and history titles for young people to her biographical account of Charles Darwin.
The Charles Darwin Award Lecture, which is about agricultural, biological or medical science, will see Dr Sweet present his lecture, Coral reefs and the grim reaper.
In the final tally Charles Darwin won 4,000 votes, Broun was reelected, and the people of the United States lost more ground on the science and technology" front.
This light biography of Charles Darwin is by British popular historian Paul Johnson.
Bergman's thesis seems to be this: the academic/scholarly community has engaged in a conspiracy to suppress the "real" story of Charles Darwin, refusing to admit that
Wallace was one of the pioneering scientists of evolution theories, and pre-dated Charles Darwin.
Nora Barlow's artistry as an editor appears in all of her books, but it is in the Autobiography of Charles Darwin that her efforts are most dramatic.
One of the greatest minds of his age, and a leading light of the Lunar Society, for two centuries he has had this light eclipsed under the bushel of his even more famous grandson, Charles Darwin.
The 14 papers in this collection were originally presented during the Charles Darwin Symposium Prepare for Impact
IN THIS bio-pic of the author of On the Origin of Species - By Means of Natural Selection, the film opens with Charles Darwin (Bettany) in the throes of grief.
Real deal CHARLES Darwin (1809-1882) is most recognized for his theory of evolution, which states that all species of life have evolved over time from common ancestors.
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