For more than a century, Arctic climate research has been collected and stored at the University of Copenhagen's northernmost research station – the Arctic Station. Now, after a thorough renovation and modernization, the station has reopened.

The University of Alaska Fairbanks is inviting the public to go woolly mammoth hunting. Through the Adopt a Mammoth program it is possible to sponsor the radiocarbon testing of fossils from the University of Alaska Museum of the North’s collection.

UArctic Summer School report

Mon, Aug 29, 2022
Louise Wittwer attended UArctic Summer School 2022 on Marine Plastic in the Arctic in August 2022. Read about her experience.

The Nordic Council of Ministers funding body Nordforsk funded in 2016 four Nordic Center of Excellences on the theme Sustainable Development in the North. CLINF - an Umeå University based international collaboration,, reported results on the transition of infectious diseases in the North in March 2022. This has been...

The 2022 August Sea Ice Outlook (SIO) Report is now available online. The Sea Ice Outlook, managed by the Sea Ice Prediction Network–Phase 2 (SIPN2) Project Team, provides an open process for those interested in Arctic sea ice to share predictions and ideas.

A major contribution to Sámi Studies, The Sámi World presents a diversity of research topics from across Sápmi, providing rich understandings of Sámi worlds. The book has been edited by Sanna Valkonen, Professor of Sámi Research, and researchers Áile Aikio, Saara Alakorva and Sigga-Marja Magga from the University of Lapland.