Darwin@LSE explores recent developments in evolutionary thinking, in particular what evolutionary theory can tell us about human nature - understanding our bodies, brains, minds, behaviour and aspects of culture as the products of adaptations evolved by natural selection. The Darwin@LSE programme was launched in April 1995. It rapidly became established as a world-renowned focus for Darwinian ideas and helped to place Darwinian theory on the intellectual agenda.
This website provides information about Darwin@LSE people and their publications. And it contains information about the teaching currently offered by Darwin@LSE. The site also contains a comprehensive archive of all our past events, from which you can browse through the wide range of articles that they inspired.