Wallace, Alfred Russel
One of the 19th century′s most remarkable intellectuals. Not only did he co-discover the process of evolution by natural selection with Charles Darwin in 1858, but he also made very many other significant contributions, not just to biology, but also to subjects as diverse as glaciology, land reform, anthropology, ethnography, epidemiology, and astrobiology.
See also: Darwin, Charles.
Subjects: Famous Scientists & Engineers