A new photovoltaic system is currently being tested in far northern Alaska to help determine more about the future of solar power as a renewable energy source.
The trans-Arctic fiber optic cable project planned by Farn North Digital LLC and Cinia is meeting with skepticism from the government in Canada.
The British Antarctic Survey is using fixed-wing drones to better monitor the vast colonies of penguins and other animals on South Georgia.
A British Antarctic Survey research team has created an artificial intelligence to help find the best route through pack ice.
In Greenland, the government is discussing plans to capture CO2 and fix it as rock deep in the island’s ground. An oil company also wants in on the action.
Norway’s KSAT will build a ground network to provide future communications with lunar missions and a lunar base.
With the help of an underwater curtain, warm deep water should not melt as much more of Greenland’s fastest glacier from below.
Using underwater microphones, an Irish artist and Woods Hole Institution researchers plan to listen to melting icebergs and study human impact on the oceans.
A project in Svalbard helping to predict potential landslide areas due to melting permafrost gets is awarded with the Frederik Paulsen Arctic Academic Action Award 2022.
The first underwater research station is to make this possible, developed by the French polar explorer Alban Michon.
After a construction period of 3½ years at the Admirality shipyard in St. Petersburg, “Severny Polyus” is now in service in the Arctic for the first time.
McMurdo Station will now be able to offer not-quite-high-speed internet
A Chinese company specializing in cloning pets succeeded in cloning an Arctic wolf for the first time.
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 […]
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.
British Antarctic Survey (BAS) and RSPB recruit albatross detectives to help find migratory albatrosses in satellite imagery from space.
The Australian Antarctic Division will deploy three high-tech automated weather stations with cameras and satellite communications in East Antarctica and Subantarctica.
The Australian icebreaker “RSV Nuyina” has successfully undertaken its first Antarctic voyages. Now, damage to the propulsion shafts was discovered during maintenance work.
Denmark’s oldest research station on Greenland opens its doors after an upgrade and expects a massive rush of research teams.
In cooperation with NASA, the German hi-tech aircraft HALO measures greenhouse gases at high altitude over the Arctic of Canada and Alaska.
Austria establishes a permanent polar research station on Ammassalik Island in East Greenland in cooperation with Denmark.
NASA mission planners are looking for a suitable place on a side of the moon’s south pole facing the earth. This is where a lunar base is to be built in the future.
As part of an experiment near Spitsbergen, a team of researchers was able to show that it is possible to monitor whales by tapping into underwater fiber optic cables.
After a successful three years, NASA has decided to continue the ICESat-2 satellite mission and keep the satellite orbiting also over the polar regions.