University of Cambridge - Free web access to Darwin papers

April 24, 2008

Charles Darwin's original version of the theory of evolution is being published on the web. The first draft of the paper was among thousands of the scientist's papers being made available online by the University of Cambridge. A university spokesman said the publication is the largest of its kind: it features about 20,000 items and nearly 90,000 images. The documents are available free at http://darwin-online.org.uk.

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