New Zealand experts are using a mobile device app to bring the first building on the Antarctic mainland and its objects to life in 3D.
The amount of alcohol on Australian Antarctic research stations will be adjusted to reflect current Australian Government health guidelines on personal consumption.
The Falklands Maritime Heritage Trust is planning an expedition to locate, survey and film the wreck of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s legendary ship “Endurance”.
Research on a 100-year-old dog biscuit shows that, at the time, sled dogs for Antarctic expeditions were not fed enough.
Maori and their traditional knowledge of Antarctica could help to better face the challenges of the future.
The wintering team at Japan’s Showa Station made an extraordinary discovery near the station in September 2020.
During glacial periods, the sea level falls, because vast quantities of water are stored in the massive inland glaciers. New calculations have resolved the discrepancy.
A team of researchers has discovered a huge impact crater in Antarctica with the help of satellites. This could be the largest meteorite crater on Earth.
February 22, 1904 is a memorable day in Argentine polar exploration. That’s when Argentina took over the “Orcadas” station and has held it since that date.
The “Vernadsky Research Base” celebrated the 25th anniversary. In 1996, Ukrainian polar explorers raised their flag over the former British “Faraday Station” for the first time.
On 15 July 2020, the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), will celebrate its 40th anniversary.
About 35 million years ago, Canada, the US, and Japan were home to birds that were strikingly similar to the early penguins of New Zealand.
Researchers have found evidence in the Arctic ice for a link between a volcanic eruption in Alaska and the decline of the Roman Republic.
By 2030, the Russian government wants to recover seven radioactive debris – including two nuclear submarines – from the bottom of the Arctic Oceans.
Newly sequenced genomes of prehistoric hunter-gatherers from the Baikal region reveal genetic link to the first Americans and between populations across Eurasia