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    Alfred Russel Wallace at his table
    Finally getting credit for the theory of evolution based on natural selection was only part of his story. By Graihagh Jackson
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    Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1931), Frederic March
    Kicking off a new jWC department: Mining the history of cinema for great struggles of the untamed.
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    LONDON: The SPWC hosts a panel discussion exploring one of the hardest problems in science.
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    Katherine Templar Lewis speaks to Ankit Love, the brains behind Mist magazine.
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    LONDON: Dr Lucy Gilliam reports on possible pathways to the future of food.
  • Concorde 1180
    LONDON: Cosima Gretton reports from an afternoon of talks on the intersection between art and science.
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    From the weird to the world-changing: Katherine Templar Lewis on the latest from the world of science.
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    From the weird to the world-changing: Katherine Templar Lewis on the latest developments in the world of science.
  • Bateson 1180
    LUMINARIES: Merlyn Driver celebrates the life of Gregory Bateson.
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    From art as activism to poetry and popular scienc: what we're reading this month.
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    A spider, a bubble, a world contained: a poem by Heidi James.
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    Katherine Templar Lewis outlines the latest developments in the world of science.

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