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KNOWN AMONG SCIENTISTS as the Renaissance man of evolutionary biology, Francisco J. Ayala has won this year's prestigious and lucrative Templeton Prize for his life's work arguing that science and religion are compatible.

After being named the winner of the world's largest academic award at a news conference in Washington, DC, [March 25], the California-based biologist and philosopher described the ever polarizing approaches to life as merely two windows into the same world.

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