Stephanie Bucklin

Contributing Writer


A Conductor of Evolution’s Subtle Symphony

November 3, 2016

At first, the biologist Richard Lenski thought his long-term experiment on evolution might last for 2,000 generations. Nearly three decades and over 65,000 generations later, he’s still amazed by evolution’s “awesome inventiveness.”

About the author

Stephanie Bucklin is a freelance writer and author based in Michigan. She studied the history of science at Harvard University and has written for publications such as Live Science.