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About the Course

The Origins course tracks the origin of all things – from the Big Bang to the origin of the Solar System and the Earth. The course follows the evolution of life on our planet through deep geological time to present life forms....

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Dec 11, 2020

Excellent course. To appreciate it even more, download the videos and watch on a big 65" TV screen: amazing experience and in the end, you get to meet Darwin. A huge thank you to all the instructors.

Aug 26, 2020

I,Adike Shambhuprasad learnt a lot in thiscoursera course. From formation of Universe,Solar system to origin of life and extinction of many species is very interesting.Thanks to all faculty members.

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By Kevin J A O

Oct 15, 2018

Great course 100% recommended

By Colin C

Jan 28, 2020

Really enjoyed the course

By Amine B

Dec 20, 2017

very informative course

By Christopher T

Oct 28, 2015

Very interesting course

By Winston A W

Aug 18, 2020

Excellent, thank you.

By Daniel G V

Oct 6, 2019

Excellent, very good!

By Anurag T

Jun 16, 2020

Best course forever

By Garri-Lee L

Jan 19, 2016

Great videos and a

By perla l

Aug 11, 2020

very interesting!

By Jose M A

Feb 5, 2020

Wonderful course!

By Pedro E G G

Mar 22, 2018

Thanks professors

By Michael P

Jul 21, 2017

Excellent course.


Aug 14, 2017

Very nice course

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By Ana P S

Apr 1, 2018

Loved it

By Andres G

Dec 10, 2017

Is great

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By Daniel S

Sep 8, 2016

This course is almost outstanding. Half of the presentations are top-notch reviews of the relevant highlights of their subject matter. Half of the rest are logical, but somewhat perfunctory reviews of similar sets of highlights, and finally, the other quarter are sadly hampered by having no visible organization, with delivery that could only have been improved by rehearsing the narrations a couple of times before the lecture was videotaped. I give most praise to presenters Connelly, Pope, Eibye-Jacobsen, Sørensen, Cuny, and Dahl. These lectures alone make the course eminently worthwhile.