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Who is Matt Ridley? 
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Who exactly is Matt Ridley?

I'll put together some information and links to information for those that wish to learn a bit more about Dr. Matt Ridley prior to our scheduled chat on Friday, November 28, 2003 at 3:00pm eastern.

Feel free to use this thread to discuss or make comments on any of the following pages about Matt Ridley...

Official Matt Ridley web site

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Matt Ridley received his BA and D Phil at Oxford researching the evolution of behaviour. He has been science editor, Washington correspondent and American editor of The Economist. He has a regular column in The Daily Telegraph. He is also the author of The Red Queen (1993), The Origins of Virtue (1996) and Genome (1999). Matt Ridley is currently the chairman of The International Centre for Life.


Perhaps Matt will mention the BookTalk chat on his Events page. I'll have to ask him.

Some of the books he has authored.

A fascinating interview with Dr. Ridley on PBS. Well worth your time.

Review of Nature via Nurture from The Observer.

Review of Nature via Nurture from The Independent.

Review of Nature via Nurture by Dylan Evan.

Matt Ridley lecture at UCLA Center for Society, the Individual and Genetics James West Alumni Center - UCLA Campus

Can Selfishness Save the Environment? by Matt Ridley and Bobbi S. Low

Concentration is Key Spiked-online science debate.

Review of The Red Queen

Back to the Future BBC

Summary of The Red Queen by Michael C. McGoodwin

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