Clinton Richard Dawkins is a great British ethnologist, writer as well as evolutionary biologist. He was one of the best Oxford University’s Professors for Public knowledge of Science from 1995 until 2008.
Dawkins got fame with his book published in 1976 The Selfish Gene, which popularized the gene-centered view of evolution as well as brought in the term meme. In the year of 1982, he launched into evolutionary biology the powerful thought that the phenotypic effects of a DNA are not inevitably restricted to the organism’s body, however can widen far-off into the surroundings, counting the bodies of other organisms.
Get a chance to meet him and have a conversation with him on Monday 28th September 2015 at 90 York Way, London 12:00.