Discover and share your curiosity in nature
We want to see a world where curiosity in the natural world is shared by everyone. We will do this by using our heritage to create opportunities for everyone to appreciate and learn more about nature through creative, interdisciplinary learning.
Whether you're a young person, a teacher of any age group, or an interested adult, we think we have something for you to see, just click the tiles below. You can always get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who was Linnaeus?
Carl Linnaeus is famous for his work in taxonomy: the science of identifying, naming and classifying organisms
Discover our free resources, opportunities and grants for primary level; including posters, activity kits, competitions and CPD.
Discover our free resources, opportunities and grants for secondary level; including posters, worksheets, practicals, competitions and CPD.
Beyond School, 16+
Fellowships, Youth Panels, Workshops & Conferences! Now is the time to get involved with the Linnean Society
Videos, Podcasts and Recorded Meetings
The Linnean Society creates a variety of videos, podcasts and vodcasts that showcase our work, collections, history and the life of Carl Linnaeus and other key figures in biology.
The Linnean Society's Our Local Nature grant scheme
Grants for youth-led projects in the UK, aiming to empower young people to enact the changes they want to see, increasing access to local natural spaces and improving understanding of the local biodiversity
This animation is the first of four parts and is a fabulous insight into evolution by sexual selection, focussing on male peacock spiders who strut their stuff in different ways to impress a mate.
Click here to see our full suite of animated videos.