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Article on Our Mendel Translation in Forbes

Interesting that Forbes would pick up on this: One of the great ‘what if’ questions that has fascinated historians of biology is how differently Darwinian evolution would have been received had Darwin known of the work of Gregor Mendel, the … Continue reading

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Good Responses to Our Mendel Work

Dan Fairbanks, the instigator behind our Darwinized translation of Gregor Mendel’s famous paper on hybridity in plants, is currently in Brno, Czech Republic, where Mendel worked in his monastery. They are celebrating the 150th anniversary of the paper’s publication. A … Continue reading

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Mendel’s Peas: A new translation

Yesterday the journal Genetics published our article about Mendel’s reading of Darwin’s Origin of Species in a German translation and his use of some of the ideas in his report on his experiments with hybridity in peas. The journal also published our translation of … Continue reading

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