At the exhibition and conference on shipbuilding in St. Petersburg, Iceberg Central Design Bureau presented the project of a multifunctional offshore icebreaker.
The Pine Island Ice Shelf is likely to dissolve much faster than previously thought due to massive calving, a new BAS study shows.
McMurdo Station will now be able to offer not-quite-high-speed internet
Greenland wants to learn even more from its neighbors Iceland and the Faroe Islands at the largest tourism fair in the North Atlantic in order to present itself as an attractive destination.
A Chinese company specializing in cloning pets succeeded in cloning an Arctic wolf for the first time.
On the sub-Antarctic Crozet Archipelago, boldly performing wandering albatross males get farther and are less divorced than shy males.
Pre-historic Alaska appears to have experienced seasonal floods capable of overwhelming a grown dinosaur
Using satellite imagery and drone imagery, researchers can develop a program that automatically detects seals on satellite images and counts them.
Chilean airline DAP, based in Punta Arenas, has announced its flight schedule to Antarctica for the coming austral summer.
Increasingly independent Greenland wants to move closer to Denmark, if only temporally
The Polar Tourism Guide Association wants to ensure a minimum standard for polar guides and thus make the profession more professional.
Antarctica and the Southern Ocean are such a vast and remote area that it is difficult for scientists to obtain accurate real-time data over a wide area and from a wide variety of corners. Therefore, research teams sometimes have to take unusual paths to obtain such valuable data. Groups from ETH Zurich and the Universities […]
An Arctic freshwater lake between glacial ice and seawater hosts a unique community of organisms – but for how much longer? Climate change threatens the lake.
One of America’s leading sources of science funding is putting artists and teachers where the sun doesn’t shine (for half of the year)
Cuba is not exactly known for doing polar research. In the meantime, it has been over 40 years since the first Cubans set foot in Antarctica.
The U.S. Antarctic Program is in need of a new research vessel and is now waiting for the green light for the funding of the project.
Global warming won’t mean the end of algae in Canada’s Arctic, but it will change the species found there
Authorities in Ushuaia expect around 500 calls of vessels in the Argentine port city during the upcoming Antarctic season. But not all of them continue south.
British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and RSPB recruit albatross detectives to help find migratory albatrosses in satellite imagery from space.
The Arctic is changing its status as a low tension area. This also has a severe impact on scientific collaborations among nations and could lead to a big gap in valuable scientific data, says Dr. Ekaterina Uryupova, expert Senior Research Fellow at The Arctic Institute.
The state’s governor is looking to make sure that future payments are not political calculations
Arctic Hub and the University of Greenland search for the best communicator among future researchers in Greenland via TV competition
The Australian Antarctic Division will deploy three high-tech automated weather stations with cameras and satellite communications in East Antarctica and Subantarctica.
A new study suggests that the glacier could retreat even faster in the future, with massive consequences for global sea levels.