Keen to know more about Darwin and evolution? Check out the links below to sign up for courses, chat with others and find out about Darwin on the BBC.
Why not celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin with a visit to Down House, the place where he lived with his devoted family for 40 years. It is here that he researched and wrote his most famous and explosive of works, 'On the Origin of Species'. Visit the website and take a virtual tour of Darwin's famous study - even flick through a digital version of Darwin's rare Beagle notebooks.
Plan your visit at www.english-heritage.org.uk/darwin
Did you know that, thanks to a common little snail you can find in your garden, in the park or under a hedge, you can see evolution in your own back garden?
We know evolution is a very slow process and it's the tiny changes accumulating over a long, long time that got us here. And you can see some of those tiny steps and help our research by joining the Evolution MegaLab.