Read our blog to get the lowdown from our experts and go behind the scenes at the Royal Observatory, Cutty Sark, National Maritime Museum, Caird Library and the Queen's House.
Our archives are full of amazing stories of love and loss. With Valentine's Day fast approaching, Tracey Weller looks at some of our touching love letters.
Archivist, Mike Bevan, looks at the diary kept by Henry Teonge (1621-1690). Is it ‘the most important description of seagoing life in the seventeenth century’?
A recent visit to the Wellcome Institute has got us thinking about what attracts people to our Caird Library.
Library Assistant Jean Lindsey has been looking through our amazing journal collection. From planets to paddleboats you're bound to find something of interest.
Going to sea is a dangerous business. Ahead of our Halloween event Voyage of the Damned, we’re looking at some of the more gruesome tales that can be found in our archive. Today we look at what happened to the famous explorer Captain Cook.
For Ada Lovelace Day we look at the women behind the myth, and ask if she is a true champion of female scientists.
Going to sea is a dangerous business. Ahead of our Halloween event Voyage of the Damned we're looking at some of the more gruesome tales that can be found in our archive.
George Peacock was a little-known yet indefatigable inventor and naval officer, born in 1805 at Navy House in Exmouth, Devon.