Four master’s degree programs at the University of Lapland in Rovaniemi, Finland will be open for applications December 1, 2015 - January 29, 2016. The programs are Arctic Art and Design, International and Comparative Law, Media Education, and Tourism, Culture and International Management. Studies start in September 2016.

Cold Lands workshop

Fri, Oct 30, 2015
JAMSTEC Japanese agency researchers took part in a Cold Lands interdisciplinary workshop, held in Sakha, North Eastern Federal University. Researchers Rikie Suzuki and Hisashi Sato presented a research on Eastern Siberian ecosystems in global warming.

The Likhachev Foundation (St. Petersburg, Russia) and the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center (Moscow, Russia), with support of the Committee on External Relations of Saint Petersburg announce a competition for 2-week cultural fellowships in the field of arts and culture. 

Importance of Arctic research grows across the globe, so does the number of projects to be financially supported. Traditional funding opportunities, like grants and fellowships, hardly can keep pace with this increasing demand. The web platform Instrumentl brings together new and exciting ways to fund research and fuel the ne...

Gerald Anderson, UArctic's new Vice-President Indigenous from Memorial University of Newfoundland, is well-known throughout Newfoundland and Labrador and across Canada for his work with Aboriginal Peoples in the education sector.

Petrozavodsk State University scientists during the experiment with rats found that white nights can cause obesity and other diseases.

On December 16 researchers from Ural Federal University will start the first meteorite expedition to the Antarctic in the history of modern Russia. The expedition team plans to find meteorites and dust from Mars and the Moon in the South Pole.