I'm just back to my hotel after my Darwin Day talk--a fine, big crowd showed up that included at least a few fellow science bloggers (Bora and Reed, to name two). And if you can handle...just...one...more...wafer-thin Darwin-related experience, please check out my essay, "Darwin Evolving" in the new issue of Time. In honor of his birthday, I take a look at Darwin's legacy, and the new directions evolutionary biology is taking today.
"We can dimly foresee that there will be a considerable revolution in natural history," he wrote at the end of On the Origin of Species. He saw his work not as the end of biology but as a beginning.
Read the rest here.