Paula Darwin, Professor Roger Keynes and Dr Claire Barlow. Chaired by Dr Alison Pearn.
Three Cambridge-based direct descendants of Charles Darwin will reflect on how family connections have influenced their lives and their scientific careers. Paula Darwin is working for her PhD on obesity; Professor Roger Keynes is a neuroscientist; Dr Claire Barlow is a materials engineer. The conversation will be chaired by Dr Alison Pearn, Associate Director of the Darwin Correspondence Project.
A drinks reception will follow afterwards.
Other Darwin-relate events, to coincide with the ‘Darwin in Conversation’ exhibition at the Cambridge University Library can be found here: https://www.lib.cam.ac.uk/whats/events
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