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Arctic Floating University Reached the Northernmost Point
The expedition of the Arctic Floating University has reached the Northernmost point in the history of the project. Access to these latitudes became possible due to climate changes.
--10-08-2017--
Method for Exact Dating of Finds in Arctic Underground Ice
According to the professor of Moscow State University Yuri Vasilchuk, the new technology will be useful to archaeologists, paleobiologists and even house builders.
--16-06-2017--
Training Course on Arctic Development Prepared by Russian and German Scientists
The English-language course will tell students about the current state policy in the Arctic, as well as legal acts regulating activities in the North.
--29-04-2017--
Siberian Scientists Created Compound that Reddens in Cold
Scientists of the International Tomography Center (ITC), RAS, have developed a unique complex substance that enhances its color in cold.
--11-03-2017--
Transport Pollution Causes Greatest Harm to Arctic Atmosphere
Enterprizes and factories that burn wood and coal also play a considerable part in atmospheric pollution.
--09-03-2017--
Global Warming Makes Islands Vanish in the Arctic Ocean
The highest rate of coastal erosion is observed in the East Siberian Sea and the Laptev Sea.
--12-12-2016--
1st Congress of Arctic Universities Started in St. Petersburg
More than 500 scientists from 180 universities of the northern countries are participating in the forum.
--14-09-2016--
Rosneft to Experiment on Changing Trajectory of Drifting Icebergs
Approbation of a unique technology for changing drifting icebergs' trajectory with external impact will be carried out in expedition Kara-Summer-2016.
--14-09-2016--
Expedition Reconstructs Ancient Landscape of Novaya Zemlya Archipelago
The international expedition Arctic Floating University 2016 brings together professors, students and young scientists from 8 countries.
--25-06-2016--
Russian and American Scientists to Jointly Solve Arctic Warming Issue
"It is of crucial importance - the temperature is already rising and we have to research more on it", - Prof. Julia Bridgegame-Grette from the Massachusetts University emphasized.
--14-04-2016--
Antarctic Bacteria will Fly to Outer Space
The microorganisms, which were in permafrost of the Arctic and Antarctic for millions of years, will be delivered to the outer space by the Russian biosatellite Bion-M 2 in 2020 to prove the possibility of life existence on the Mars.
--19-12-2015--
Siberian Geologists Probe Permafrost to Forecast Global Climate Change
A method for on-line determination of permafrost condition and evaluation of man's impact on it has been devised by Siberian scientists. It will help better forecast the climate changes on the Earth.
--28-11-2015--
Long-Term Cooperation of Murmansk Region with Northern Europe as Model of Partnership in the Arctic
The Murmansk International Business Week is dedicated to international cooperation in the Arctic, and the role of cross-border cooperation in high latitudes.
--25-11-2015--
Russian Exploration of Space, Arctic and Antarctic is Beyond Sanctions
The sanction policy pursued by some European states and the USA towards Russia has not hampered the countries' collaboration in space exploration and studies of the Arctic and the Antarctic.
--22-09-2015--
Further Climate Warming Threatens The Arctic
Further climate warming may cause the disappearance of sea ice in the Arctic in September of 2030s. This was stated by the representative of the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute (AARI).
--12-09-2014--


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Franz Josef Land to be Fathomed with Paleomagnetic Method
Arctic Floating University-2017 will study the origin history of the Franz Josef Archipelago with paleomagnetic method.
--10-07-2017--
Single Reference Book on Monitoring Key Animal Species Introduced in Arctic Reserves
Monitoring of the key animal species that are the most significant for the territory is conducted by scientific experts of all specially protected natural reservations.
--29-06-2017--
First Ever Cryology and Cryosophy Institute Founded in Tyumen to Study the Arctic
Leading scientists from various countries will carry out research of the Arctic regions together.
--08-06-2017--
Climatologists are Horrified with Record Heat Wave in the Arctic
Scientists have expressed serious concern about the record temperature rise at the North Pole.
--29-12-2016--
Scientists from Russia and China to Study the Arctic Together
The Arctic Research Centre has been founded by experts of the Far East Federal University and the Harbin Technology Institute.
--30-09-2016--
Archeologists: Arctic was Inhabited by People as Early as 45000 Years Ago
Researchers from St. Petersburg established that marks on bones of a mammoth found in the Arctic are traces of early mans hunting.
--18-01-2016--
Sanctions Won't Prevent Launch of the First Arctic Satellite in 2017
Satellites of the system Arctic will be equipped with Russian components.
--10-01-2016--
Worlds Most Powerful Arctic Ice Breaker to be Launched in 2016
The nuclear ice breaker Arctic will be launched on May 26, the 160th anniversary day of its manufacturing enterprise.
--07-01-2016--
Eco Troop Removed over 720 Ton Garbage from Wrangel Island in Arctic
Military personnel of the East military district carried out ecological rehabilitation of the Wrangel Island.
--05-12-2015--
Russian Arctic to Visit St. Petersburg
A grand-scale exhibition will be held in St. Petersburg in the framework of the 5th International Forum "The Arctic: Present and Future".
--25-11-2015--
Greenpeace Activists Attacked Russian Tanker in Hamburg
Greenpeace activists carried out an action against Russian tanker Mikhail Ulyanov in the port of Hamburg, the famous environmental organization reports.
--29-03-2015--
Murmansk Passenger Port Opens After Reconstruction
Long-distance pier of passenger lines opened in the seaport of Murmansk after its reconstruction. Now the port will be able to take in even the ocean cruise liners.
--22-01-2015--





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