The naturalist who got ahead of Darwin

A slow yet extremely reflexive writer We have to recognise it: without Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913), Darwin may have never published The Origin of Species. Retired in his house in Down, near London, Darwin puzzled over the problem of the formation of species since he came

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Mètode TV: Interview with a Manuel Costa

Manuel Costa, Full Professor of Botany at the University of Valencia, talks about Alfred Russel Wallace. The year 2013 has been declared the year of Wallace. On the occasion of this commemoration, the University organised a series of conferences entitled «Geography of Life». [Interview in Spanish]