The museum in Grytviken has a new attraction, as the main whaling station store has been extensively restored and now opens its doors to visitors.
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With her new book “NAchruf auf die Arktis” (Obituary for the Arctic), journalist, polar expert and author Birgt Lutz not only wants to show the problems of the Arctic using Svalbard as an example, but also to give courage for solutions
The TV format “Paasisavut” plans on bringing research projects in Greenland closer to the population via a casting show and has now presented its five finalists.
To further strengthen research in Antarctica and provide financial stimulus to young researchers, three of them will receive grants from three major institutions.
The British Antarctic Survey is calling for students 15 and under to enter an Antarctic station drawing contest.
The Botanical Garden of the University of Bern opens a showhouse on the flora of the Southern Hemisphere and also displays Antarctic plants.
The icebreaker “50 Years of Victory” departed Murmansk for the North Pole in July 2022 as part of the “Icebreaker of Discoveries” expedition. On board were 70 school children.
The British television station BBC returns to the icy regions of the earth eleven years after the successful documentary series “Frozen Planet”.
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)
Arctic Hub and the University of Greenland search for the best communicator among future researchers in Greenland via TV competition
The “Swiss Polar Class” program by the Swiss Polar Institute brings the Arctic and Antarctic into Swiss classrooms and society.
Friederike Krüger, teacher, speaker and MOSAiC participant, calls for science to be more open to the public so that findings can be shared with everyone.
Today, the special exhibition about the Arctic expedition opens in Lucerne, Switzerland.
In honor of Amundsen’s 150th birthday, the New Zealand Antarctic Heritage Trust wants to take young explorers on an expedition to the South Pole.
For the first time, the German Society for Polar Research awarded the prestigious “Carl Weyprecht” Polar Medal for achievements in the promotion of young scientists and for the first time to a woman.
This newly published book about U.S. Antarctic pioneer Edith “Jackie” Ronne excitingly expands on the influence of women on Antarctic history using her as a prime example.
Artificial intelligence is being eyed as a way to keep traditional knowledge alive
IAATO and national Antarctic research programs are again awarding fellowships and launching the search for young recipients.
IAATO, the International Association of Antarctic Tour Operators, is strengthening its ambassador program and has officially declared April 25 as “Antarctic Ambassador Day.”
The International Arctic Hub platform has been active for about a year and went online with its new website a few days ago.
With ” Antarctic Marine Wildlife” Jamie Watts has created a comprehensive identification guide to Antarctic wildlife above and below the water.
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.
Plastic debris is choking the ocean. Gate to the Arctic expedition sailed to Bear Island on 74 degrees north to collect, analyze and lay the foundation for future young Arctic Ambassadors.