Darwin 200th Anniversary Special Reports (note: a different list, with annotations, is also available from the National Center for Science Education):

In the Light of Evolution III: Two Centuries of Darwin- from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences - USA
Does Evolution Explain Human Nature? - from the Templeton Foundation's Big Questions
Darwin Now from the British Council
Darwin at 200
- from Religion & Ethics Newsweekly on PBS

Darwin's Gifts - from The Lancet
The Year of Darwin - from Science
Darwin's First Clues - from National Geographic
15 Evolutionary Gems - from Nature
The Evolution of Evolution - from Scientific American
Darwin Was Right. Up To a Point - from The Guardian (UK)
Darwin: The Genius of Evolution - from the BBC
What Darwin Didn't Know - from Smithsonian
Darwin on Lincoln and Vice Versa - from Smithsonian
Rescuing Darwin: God and Evolution in Britain Today - from Theos
Darwin on Religion - from the International Society for Science and Religion
Celebrate Evolution - from the Year of Science 2009
Evolution and Wonder: Understanding Charles Darwin - from American Public Media's Speaking of Faith
Darwin Celebrated, Despite Controversy, on 200th Birthday - from USA TODAY

Darwin, Ahead of His Time, Is Still Influential
- from the New York Times
Charles Darwin - A Times Topic- from the New York Times
“I Had No Intention to Write Atheistically”: Darwin, God, and the 2500-Year History of the Debate by Edward J. Larson, in Religion Dispatches
Charles Darwin (1809-1882): A Fulcrum Appreciation - from Fulcrum
Interview with Dr. Francisco J. Ayala -
from Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology News
A Christian Progressive Happy Birthday to Charles Darwin
- from On Faith (Washington Post)
Remarkable Creatures: Epic Adventures in the Search for the Origins of Species - Note: this link is to a RealVideo recording of 
Sean B. Carroll's presentation at the AAAS meeting February 13, 2009.
A Neanderthal Perspective on Human Origins - Note: this link is to a RealVideo recording of  Svante Pääbo's presentation at the AAAS meeting February 15, 2009. The slides are also available in sharper quality as a .pdf (Acrobat) file.
Journal of Biology 
- Volume 8, Issue 2, February 23, 2009
Evolution of Evolution - from the National Science Foundation

Evolution Weekend 2009 marked the fourth consecutive year in which Darwin's birthday has been observed by congregations to recognize that religion and science, two fields of critical importance to humans, should be seen as complementary rather than confrontational. Kearney Unitarian,  St. Martha's Episcopal  in Papillion, and both Augustana Lutheran and Countryside Community churches in Omaha were among more than 1000 congregations from across the country and around the world to participate.  A partial list of various local events, some occuring later in 2009, is available by clicking here.  An international registry of events is also available by clicking here(Neither the map directory search nor the event archive are reliable, but finding the phrase (without quotations marks) "/NE"will locate all registered Darwin Day 2009 events in Nebraska (and alas, also those in Nevada, New Jersey, and any other state beginning with Ne).

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