Clinton Richard Dawkins is a British ethnologist, writer and evolutionary biologist was born in 26 March 1941. He is the professor in Oxford University as well as an emeritus fellow of New College for Public Understanding of Science from 1995 until 2008.
Dawkins became famous after publishing his book in 1976 “The Selfish Gene” which introduced the term meme and popularized the gene-centred view of evolution. In the 1982, Dawkins brought into evolutionary biology the powerful thought that the phenotypic effects of a genetic material are not essentially restricted to an organism’s body. He is here in London giving his session at Kings Place London today on 29th September 2015.