Haldane, J.B.S.


(1892–1964) John Burdon Sanderson Haldane (known most frequently as JBS Haldane) contributed to several areas of science. He connected Darwin’s theory of natural selection with Mendel’s laws of genetics, proposing the first modern hypothesis on the origin of life. He also explored decompression sickness occurring in people returning to sea level after working underwater on bridges. In his era, Haldane was well known throughout British society as an advocate and explainer of science.

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