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Simon Conway Morris, University of Cambridge
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Are there limits to evolution? What makes a successful scientist? What is the most exciting of your scientific discoveries? Full interview

Biography

Simon Conway Morris is a professor in the University of Cambridge and a Fellow of St John's (where he is also Wine Steward). He is best known for his work on the Cambrian "explosion" (especially) the Burgess Shale biotas and evolutionary convergence. The former is summarized in The Crucible of Creation (OUP) and the latter in both Life's Solution (CUP) and The Runes of Evolution (Templeton).