Tuesday, 2. Dec 2014


Douglas Palmer

Douglas is a science writer based in Cambridge, England who specializes in the history of life, especially human evolution and Earth’s environments. Over 20 of his books have been published over the last 14 years with Fossil Detectives and Neanderthal accompanying TV series. His latest published works are Earth in 100 groundbreaking discoveries, Origins :human evolution revealed and Evolution: the story of life. He is also a panel tutor for the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education and a supervisor on the Natural Science Tripos for the University’s Robinson College.

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