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This Week in Science

This week's Science has a special section celebrating Charles Darwin's 200th birthday. The five review papers included there run the gamut. One from a University of Bristol scientist discusses the roles of biotic and abiotic factors in speciation; another wonders if genetic evolution can be predicted.

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