Globo is one of the major television networks in Brazil and they are airing this week a special segment on the Darwin and the Adventure…View More Darwin and the Adventure: the Brazilian TV Show!
Sunday was a big day. We had our first sail, set up the molecular lab on board, did a practice plankton tow, and met the…View More Darwin and the Adventure Day 4
On Saturday, we had logistical operations all day. We needed to finalize our plans for Monday’s workshop and discuss operations with the Tocorimé organizers. The…View More Darwin and the Adventure Day 3
Thursday saw an early morning arrival of a bleary-eyed american to Rio de Janeiro. After making a somewhat easy trip through immigration and customs and…View More Darwin and the Adventure Day 1
In only a couple weeks The HMS Beagle Project will conduct a feasibility study for doing modern oceanographic research aboard a sailing ship. The Brazilian…View More Following in Darwin’s Footsteps
Karen James, director of science for the The Beagle Project, has published a letter (subscription required) in the taxonomy journal Zoologica Scripta outlining the reasons…View More A Flagship for Science in a New Age of Sail
In a previous post I mentioned how awesome Emily Damstra‘s marine invertebrate clock and SCAMIT‘s 2009 calender were. I recently received both and am proudly…View More New Additions to the Office
Peter McGrath, one of the project’s founders, brought my attention to the Beagle Project. The goal is to build a replica of the Beagle and…View More I am quite tired having worked all day at the produce of my net