In Science and Technology
- Darwin (unit), a unit of evolutionary change, defined by J.B.S. Haldane
- Darwin (ESA), a European Space Agency project
- Darwin Medal
- RRS Charles Darwin, a British ship
- 1991 Darwin, a main-belt asteroid
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