Digital Darwin – Online Archive

April 17, 2008 at 9:51 am Leave a comment

“90,000 new pages of work connected with Darwin have gone online for the first time. Guardian science correspondent James Randerson gives you a tour through the Darwin treasure trove.

It is a treasure trove of photographs, manuscripts, field notes and sketches that up to now has mostly been the preserve of Darwin scholars. But now the Darwin Online project in Cambridge is making 90,000 new pages of material available to anyone on the web.

Darwin junkies will be in their element with gems that range from scientifically significant notes on his theory of evolution to touching correspondence written by his wife.”

Author: James Randerson, Guardian, 16th April 2008

Full article available here.

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