Prof. Dr. Rob Hengeveld

  • Position:Former Staff


  • R. Hengeveld (2007) Two approaches to the study of the origin of life. Acta Biotheor.55: 97-131.
  • R. Hengeveld and M.A. Fedonkin (2007) Bootstrapping the energy flow in the beginning of life. Acta Biotheor.55: 181-226.
  • R. Hengeveld (2004) Conway Morris' inevitable solution. Book Review: Life's Solution. Inevitable Humans in a Lonely Universe, by S. Conway Morris, 2003, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. Acta Biotheor.52, 221-228.
  • R. Hengeveld (2004) De opmars van de Turkse Tortel. In: De wiskundige kat, de biologische muis en de jacht op inzicht (eds. H. Heesterbeek, O. Diekmann and H. Metz). Epsilon Uitgaven, Utrecht, pp. 103-115. (in Dutch)
  • R. Hengeveld (2004) Het leven, star en specifiek. Inaugural Address, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam. (in Dutch)
  • Hengeveld, R. and M.A. Fedonkin (2004) Causes and consequences of eukaryotization through mutualistic endosymbiosis and compartmentalization. 52: 105-154.
  • R. Hengeveld (2003) Book review: Gould, S.J. (2002) The Structure of Evolutionary Theory. Harvard University Press, Cambridge. Acta Biotheor., 51: 67-72.
  • R. Hengeveld and M.A. Fedonkin (2003) Life's origin and unfolding popularized. Book review: De Duve, C. (2002) Life Evolving. Molecules, Mind and Meaning. Oxford University Press, Oxford. Acta Biotheor.50: 239-244.
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