Darwin's Notes and Thoughts Go Online Studying Charles Darwin's documents has evolved from visiting the library at Cambridge University to visiting a Web site. The British university has just made a trove of about 20,000 papers from Darwin's life and studies accessible online.
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Darwin's Notes and Thoughts Go Online

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Darwin's Notes and Thoughts Go Online

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Charles Darwin, circa 1880. Cambridge University Library, Darwin Online hide caption

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Charles Darwin, circa 1880.

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Darwin's first recorded doubts about "the stability of species," from his Galapagos bird notes from the voyage of the Beagle, 1836. Cambridge University Library, Darwin Online hide caption

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Darwin's first recorded doubts about "the stability of species," from his Galapagos bird notes from the voyage of the Beagle, 1836.

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