Polar research institutes and research stations.
Abisko research station
The Abisko Scientific Research Station, ANS, is an institution belonging to The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. It provide Swedish and foreign visiting scientists with the opportunity of conducting scientific work based on the particular conditions of the subartic environment surrounding the Station and also to conduct such research with its own personnel"
The German Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research carries out research in the Arctic and Antarctic as well as in the high and mid latitude oceans.
British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is one of the world's leading environmental research centres and is responsible for the UK's national scientific activities in Antarctica.
The Norwegian Polar Institute is Norway's central institution for research, environmental monitoring and mapping of the polar regions.
Princess Elisabeth station
This Belgian Antarctic station is the only polar base operating entirely on renewable energies.
The Scott Polar Research Institute is a centre for research into both polar regions and is a part of the University of Cambridge
Svalbard Science Forum
SSF is a forum which informs and coordinates all research in Svalbard, and is chaired by the Research Council of Norway. SSF provides overviews of infrastructure, information about logistics, research bases, application processes for permits and permissions etc.
The University Centre in Svalbard (UNIS) offers courses at the undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate level in Arctic Biology, Arctic Geology, Arctic Geophysics and Arctic Technology.
University of the Arctic
The University of the Arctic (UArctic) is a cooperative network of universities, colleges, and other organizations committed to higher education and research in the North.
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