Simon Conway Morris has held the Chair in Evolutionary Palaeobiology in the Earth Sciences Department in Cambridge University since 1995, with a particular research interest in the early evolution of the metazoans. He is active in the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion and has lectured there on "Evolution and fine-tuning in Biology". Morris is the author of two books -- The Crucible of Creation and Life’s Solution: Inevitable Humans in a Lonely Universe – and was editor of The Deep Structure of Biology. His book Life’s Solution uses convergence – the fact that some biological structures have evolved independently multiple times – to point to a reason for life and the existence of a creator. However, unlike similar arguments by creation scientists, Morris affirms that evolution is true and happens. He has authored numerous articles which have appeared in a wide variety of publications, including Nature and Science, and has also made appearances on both television and radio.