The Polar Research Portal
Discover Swedish polar research in a new way
Three Antarctic organisations have announced opportunities for early-career researchers. The Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR), the Council of Managers...
Three calls directed to Swedish polar research open for applications. Project level operational support : the call is open for applications for projects that aim t...
The government-appointed commission to investigate the governmental need for an icebreaking research vessel have been reported today. The final report contains a co...
Researchers from Stockholm University have been invited to participate in the Polynyas, ice production, and seasonal evolution in the Ross Sea (PIPERS) expedition on board the U.S. icebreaker Nathaniel B. Palmer.
The stubborn storm and our involuntary extended stay at Wasa, meant that we had time for a proper closing of the station. The closing procedure is basically the reverse of the start-up procedure – there is a checklist to follow and we just do it the other way around. The challenge is to make room for everything and at the same time make it logical for those who will open the station next time.
The last few days have passed slowly, we switched to low-power mode and just waited out the storm. When the winds were at their strongest, the anemometer almost broke down and we had to take it inside. Then it sounded as if the storm got even stronger, but we don't really know the exact wind speed.
The Polar Research Portal is a new way to discover Swedish polar research. The portal is an experience-based website that puts polar research on the map.
Visit the Polar Research Portal to read about current Swedish expeditions in Antarctica.
The Swedish Polar Research Secretariat and Swedish Research Council have established a shared roadmap for support to research projects in polar regions outside Sweden.