The HMS Beagle Project uses hands-on learning to engage young people with science, while delivering original biodiversity and climate change research. Find out more about our learning and science programmes around the world.
We’ve got an ambitious idea but we can’t do it alone. We’re looking for partners with the global vision, ambition and commitment to make a difference. Interested? Find out more...
We are working to rebuild the sailing ship that carried Charles Darwin on ‘the most important event’ of his life. Built of larch and oak, the modern Beagle will use GPS navigation, satellite communications and modern safety equipment. Find out more.
Visit our blog to hear from the worldwide HMS Beagle Project team, and to have your say!
Beagle Project supporter and blogger Richard Carterr
29th October 2012, by Peter McGrath
Just a note of congrats to long-time supporter
17th August 2012, by Peter McGrath
The HMS Beagle Olympics
27th July 2012, by Richard Carter, FCD
The Geek Manifesto: A rallying cry for evidence-based thinking
10th July 2012, by Lisamoab
Blogkeeping: important stuff
8th July 2012, by Peter McGrath
Darwin's Armada and beyond - are sailing and science the perfect match?
4th July 2012, by Lisamoab