A new study shows which countries and which types of fisheries are most likely to shut down their identification systems and thus could be counted as illegal fishing.
In soil samples from the Transantarctic Mountains, researchers could find no evidence of microbial life.
Archaeologists have used DNA analysis to identify the remains of a participant in the Franklin expedition and matched them to John Gregory.
Starting in November 2021, shipping company and operator Silversea will launch three expedition cruise ships to Antarctica from Puerto Williams, Chile.
Researchers have refined and presented the method of glacier crevasses under snow with the help of satellite imagery.
The record melt of the Greenland ice sheet in 2012 continues to have an impact on the stability of the ice sheet today.
Television channel ARTE shows online and on its TV channel an exciting and above all intimate side of a hardly visited region of Antarctica.
The Canadian government assesses, in addition to climate change, China’s expansion into the Arctic as problems that will have to be dealt with in the future.
For the first time, researchers collected year-round video footage and hydrodynamic data from the mysterious world of a deep-sea sponge in the Arctic.
Volga-Dnepr Airlines, a leading provider of oversized transportation solutions, recently announced that it has completed its Antarctic program this season.
An exhibition of batiks from Nunavik, the Arctic part of the province of Quebec in eastern Canada, will open at the Cerny Museum in mid-March 2021.
Although the small nuclear reactor at the SM-1A plant at Fort Greely in Alaska, last provided power in 1972 and was then mothballed, its dismantling is planned only now.
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.
The new Russian space station is to be deployed in an orbit that will allow observation of the entire surface of the Earth, especially the Arctic.
February 13th is World Radio Day. This UNESCO International Day has been celebrated since 2011. Radio has been an integral part of our lives for over 100 years.
“Rusatom Cargo” is planning a transhipment terminal for sea containers between Lavna and Belokamenka in the Murmansk region. Commissioning is scheduled for March 2024.
A complex international Medevac operation is currently underway in Antarctica. A researcher must be evacuated from Davis Station with the help of China and the United States.
Numerous representatives of state and local authorities were present on May 16, 2020 at the launch of the new expedition ship of Quark Expeditions in Split, Croatia.