Robert Grant Lecture
The annual Robert Grant Lecture is held in honour of Professor Robert Edmond Grant (born 11 November 1793 in Edinburgh; died 23 August 1874 at home, 2 Euston Grove, more). Grant was a zoologist, an expert on comparative anatomy, an evolutionist, and a political radical.
Normally these lectures are held in November, celebrating Grant's birthday. (Number 16 was delivered in March.) The series was initiated by Helen Chatterjee to mark the relaunch of the Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy in 1997.
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Adventures in Gibbon-ology
Why aren't there any marsupial whales?
Fossils, climate change and the future of life on Earth
Darwin in London
Zoology and mythology: looking at angels, fairies and dragons
Soft but not floppy; the art of science and the science of art
Darwin's Progress And The Problem Of Slavery
Mary Anning: The greatest fossilist the world ever knew
John van Wyhe
Rediscovering Darwin: The real story of Darwin's finches
“Then at once I seemed to see the whole effect of this…” Imagining the power of natural selection
Darwin or Design? Reporting from the front lines of America's struggle over evolution
Not alone, not the first: Lamarck and the first debate on the history of life, 1780-1802
Underneath the Scopes Trial: Why so many Americans hate evolution
Darwin as Caricature
[Science and Religion]
Georges Cuvier’s paper museum of fossil bones
The Radical Evolutionist Robert Grant: The Trials of Darwin's Teacher
Stephen Jay Gould