A talk by Professor John Parker, former Director of the University Botanic Gardens, exploring the research and teaching programme of Professor John Henslow to establish what Charles Darwin gained during his 3 years in Cambridge and how it shaped his future achievements.

  • Henslow had his own ideas about species change and recommended Darwin for the Beagle voyage
  • Could Henslow have had a greater influence on Darwin’s theory of evolution than he is given credit for?
  • Without Henslow, would there have been ‘An the Origin of Species’?

Come and join us to find out!

 

Tickets - £15.00 including canapés and drinks after the lecture + Raffle

Free Parking - Freemasons Hall Car Park (thanks to their kind generosity)

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