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HMS Beagle: A Voyage of Researches Between 1831 and 1836, the survey ship HMS Beagle and its crew made an exploration trip around the world. Although the main goal of the voya...
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Dr. Karen James of the Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory spoke about some of her projects, including extracting DNA from one of Darwin's bird specimens to help a conservation plan in the Galapagos and repeating a botanical survey done by Darwin near his home, Down House. She also talked about her work with The HMS Beagle Project, a UK-based charity that seeks to rebuild the famous little ship that carried Darwin around the world.
This lecture was given on May 30, 2013 at the Moore Auditorium on the campus of SERC Institute and Acadia National Park in Winter Harbor Maine.
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What a bunch of dummies they are. Jeesh. Man, they can get my dumbshit award for the next century. Stupid jerks.
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My fellow science groupies, please help +The HMS Beagle Project's  Dr Karen James by completing this survey to help inspire medical researchers and clinicians to engage in social media. It only takes a couple of minutes:
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(True story, honestly!) On this day in 1832, Charles Darwin's HMS Beagle shipmates fooled him with an April Fool's prank...
April Fool's Day aboard HMS Beagle, 1832.
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The Friends of Charles Darwin is proud to host the 52nd edition of The Giants' Shoulders history of science blog carnival. It contains loads of science heroes, and lots of cool links.

Did I really just say 'cool'?
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Cool man.
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New blog post about the 'Olympic Games' held by the crew of HMS Beagle at Port Desire, Patagonia, on Christmas Day, 1833.

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25th [December, 1833] Christmas After dining in the Gun-room, the officers & almost every man in the ship went on shore. — The Captain distributed prizes to the best runners, leapers, wrestlers. —...
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Guest post by Rob Viens, science teacher and current Dean of the Science Division at Bellevue College in Washington State.
Among other things, I have come to the conclusion that being a naturalist may be a lost art and, more importantly, that the world needs naturalists like Charles Darwin more then ever before. And altho...
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What  We Do
The HMS Beagle Project combines hands-on learning opportunities with original scientific research relating to biodiversity and climate change. Find out more about our learning and science programmes around the globe.
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The Rebuild
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.
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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.
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