Darwin Now

This exhibit introduces Charles Darwin's life and ties to the scientific community, and then explores his theory of evolution. It includes evidence in support of inheritance, variation, and selection, reactions to The Origin of Species, and an overview of Darwin's
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This exhibit introduces Charles Darwin's life and ties to the scientific community, and then explores his theory of evolution. It includes evidence in support of inheritance, variation, and selection, reactions to The Origin of Species, and an overview of Darwin's influence on both science and society at large. You'll find several audios and videos as well as more than twenty student activities throughout the site. The intended age group for each activity is indicated and each includes teacher guidance information.

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