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Science Historian Janet Browne | Meeting the Minds

Author tracks the evolution of Darwin

Historian of science Janet Browne stands in front of a replica of Charles Darwin's office. Historian of science Janet Browne stands in front of a replica of Charles Darwin's office. (Wiqan ang for the boston globe)
By Peter Dizikes
Globe Correspondent / April 23, 2007

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If you like science, you may have read a bit of Charles Darwin's writing. Janet Browne, on the other hand, has read every bit of Charles Darwin's writing: books, notes, stray jottings, and more than 14,000 letters exchanged by the principal founder of evolutionary biology. (Full article: 768 words)

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