For the past four decades, Edward O. Wilson "the father of biodiversity", has been at the forefront of the natural sciences. This autobiography traces his fascination with insects from his childhood in Alabama and Florida, through to his professorship at Harvard, and his disagreements with the molecular biologists, led by James Watson, the co-discoverer of the DNA molecule, as they attempted to discredit the evolutionary approach to biology. Wilson won the Pulitzer Prize for "On Human Nature" and the Sir Peter Kent ...

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