Charles Darwin


Charles Darwin: Notebooks lost for 20 years go on display in Cambridge

Notebooks written by Charles Darwin, which were mysteriously returned to Cambridge University Library after going missing for 20 years, are going on public display. They include his famous Tree of Life sketch exploring the evolutionary relationship between species. The books were returned anonymously in April, in a pink gift bag.
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Charles Darwin: Life After 'On the Origin of Species'

In his later years Darwin continued to have GI symptoms, lumbago, rheumatism, and skin rashes. He sometimes seemed unable to speak, was partially paralyzed, had memory difficulty and crying spells, which mystified doctors. Darwin has become mirror, in which physicians have seen reflections of their specialties or popular diseases of...

This New Galápagos Cruise Takes You in the Footsteps of Charles Darwin

Here's what it’s like to sail on Hurtigruten’s newly launched Galápagos cruise. iant tortoises weighing 250- to 500-pounds don’t do anything fast, including making babies. Deep among the scraggly bushes and on the grassy mountainous highlands of Santa Cruz Island in the Galápagos Islands chain, monsters were making love, and, while not fast, they were loud.

DSU professor to speak as Charles Darwin

A Dakota State University professor will speak as a historical feature during a special ceremony tonight on the DSU campus. Dr. Dale Droge will speak as Charles Darwin during the TriBeta Biology Honor Society’s annual induction ceremony tonight at 7:00 p.m. in DSU’s Science Center Auditorium. There will...

Missing Charles Darwin notebooks returned after two decades

April 5 (UPI) -- A pair of Charles Darwin's notebooks that have been missing from the Cambridge University Library for more than two decades have been returned, the library announced Tuesday. The notebooks, which include Darwin's 1837 Tree of Life sketch, were dropped off in a bright pink gift bag...

Stolen Charles Darwin Notebooks Returned After 22 Years

Two of Charles Darwin’s notebooks, including one with his iconic sketch of the Tree of Life, were anonymously returned to the Cambridge University Library nearly 22 years after they were stolen. The books were dropped in a public area of the library wrapped in a pink gift wrap bag...