FILE - Harvard University Professor E.O. Wilson in his office at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. (Photo by Rick Friedman/Corbis via Getty Images) BOSTON - Edward O.
Wilson, the pioneering Harvard biologist who argued for a new vision of human nature in "Sociobiology" and warned against the decline of ecosystems, has died.
He was 92.Wilson died on Dec. 26 in Burlington, Massachusetts, according to an announcement posted Monday on the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation's website."It would be hard to understate Ed’s scientific achievements, but his impact extends to every facet of society.