In August I spoke at the Chautauqua Institution as part of their celebration of Darwin and Linnaeus. I posted the written version of my talk back then, but I’ve just received the audio recording and thought some folks might prefer listening to it instead. I actually prefer it too, because whenever I give talks, I look at what I’ve written and revise it as I talk. You can listen to the talk right here on the handy Odeo player I’ve embedded at the bottom of the post. Or you can download it to listen offline.
Links to this Post
- Darwin, Linnaeus, and One Sleepy Guy | The Loom | Discover Magazine | December 22, 2008
- News Round › British Centre for Science Education | January 10, 2009