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Category:J. B. S. Haldane

English: John Burdon Sanderson Haldane FRS (5 November 1892 – 1 December 1964), known as Jack (but who used 'J.B.S.' in his printed works), was a British-born Indian geneticist and evolutionary biologist. He was one of the founders (along with Ronald Fisher and Sewall Wright) of population genetics.


J.B.S. Haldane 
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Geneticist and evolutionary biologist
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Date of birth5 November 1892
Oxford
Date of death1 December 1964
Bhubaneswar
  • natural causes

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  • Charlotte Haldane (1926–1945)
  • Helen Spurway
Award received
  • Darwin Medal (1952, In recognition of his initiation of the modern phase of the study of the evolution of living populations.)
  • Kimber Genetics Award (1961)
  • Darwin–Wallace Medal (1958)
  • Honorary doctor of the University of Groningen
  • Croonian Lecture (1946)
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