The Transatlantic Science Week is an annual trilateral science and innovation conference that promotes the collaboration between research, innovation, government, and business in Canada, the United States and Norway.  Held in Toronto, Canada, this year's theme focuses on "The Arctic: Societies, Sustainability, and Safety".  





From Gargia to Oktyomtsy

Thu, Sep 04, 2014
The annual Gargia conference in Alta has for ten years been a kind of annual meeting of the Thematic Network on Local and Regional Development in the North. After the leadership was transferred from Associate Professor Tor Gjertsen (UiT, The Arctic University of Norway) to Professor Oksana Romanova (North-Eastern Federal Univ...



Traditional knowledge festival will be held in Sept 20-21 in Yellowknife. The event is sponsored by a Canadian Polar Commission. Registration, schedule and more about the festival visit: www.traditionalknowledge.ca

A scientific and artistic multidisciplinary international event in Reykjavík, February 26th, 27th, and 28th, 2015, organized by Daniel CHARTIER (Université du Québec à Montréal), Gunnar Thór JÓHANNESSON (University of Iceland), Katrín Anna LUND (University of Iceland), Ólöf Gerður SIGFÚSDÓTTIR (Iceland Academy of the Arts), S...

New Snowy OWL Talks online

Fri, Aug 29, 2014
New video presentations in the Snowy OWL Talks series are now available online. Speakers include Aqqaluk Lynge, Fran Ulmer, Chief Gary Harrison, and Ross Virginia.

The expedition of "Arctic Floating University" was completed August 20. This is the sixth expedition in a joint research and educational project of the Northern (Arctic) Federal University and the Northern Department for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring, supported by the Russian Geographical Society.