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

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Charles Darwin's ground-breaking voyage on The Beagle, during which he began to formulate his ideas about natural selection, was itself paid for by his father.
MODELS The woolen versions of Charles Darwin's collection.
At Thursday's event, history professor Keith Laybourn will talk about Charles Darwin's life and times, how his theories came about and how they were received by the world.
Charles Darwin's Recipe Book", a brilliantly presented compendium of recipes, culinary instructions and personal anecdotes about the every day life in the Charles Darwin household as recorded by his wife Emma Wedgwood Darwin.
The God-denying biologist gets into his stride in his second programme about Charles Darwin's Theory Of Evolution as he returns to Africa to ask: what does it mean to be evolved?
New three-part documentary series marking the 150th anniversary of Charles Darwin's (above) On the Origin of Species.
provides a research resource for high school students and undergraduates about Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species.
Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, conceived after his voyage to the Galapagos Islands, is a scientific achievement whose importance has reached mythic proportions.
Kimball Chair of Arts and Letters, Department of German Languages and Literatures, University of Notre Dame) and Christian Illies (Lecturer, Technical University of Eindhoven, Netherlands), Darwinism & Philosophy offers an inherently fascinating series of essays by knowledgeable scholars on the significant and continuing philosophical potential of Charles Darwin's principles of evolutionary biology.
This 48-page history of Charles Darwin's famous sea voyage that was to ultimately result in his publishing a book introducing the concept of evolution to the general public is expertly told for young readers by Mark Bergin and perfectly complemented by the outstanding full color artwork and illustrations by Mark Bergin.
His grandfathers were both members of the illustrious Lunar Society of scientists and industrialists; his maternal grandfather, Erasmus Darwin, was Charles Darwin's paternal grandfather.
State education officials in Kansas are considering changes to its science standards that would allow students to hear challenges to Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, a move that opponents say could set a precedent about the actual definition of science itself.
These developments are all part of a controversy that began in 1859 with the publication of Charles Darwin's The Origin of Species.
It's a little like Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, in which successful species live and reproduce, and the failures die off.
50), which not only throws open the animal kingdom's closet doors but also rebuts Charles Darwin's classic theories of sexual selection, where male and female roles are strictly defined.