Pembrokeshire Darwin Science
The Darwin Centre for Biology and Medicine was founded in Cardiff by Professor Tony Campbell in 1993, moving to Pembrokeshire in 1999. It has evolved from a Biological and Medicine engagement platform through a weeklong Science Engineering and Technology (SET) Festival, to its current format as year round engagement provider in Science, Technology, Engineering , and Mathematics (STEM) in its broadest sense.
There are two arms to the charity one being the Darwin Experience education and engagement programme and the other, the Darwin Research programme.
The educational aspect of the charity draws on the world of STEM including dissemination of the work of the Darwin Research element. The main aspect of the educational and engagement programme is the Dragon LNG Darwin Centre Experience which sits as the primary project within the Darwin Experience umbrella.