News

Shanelle
19 July 2019

A childhood dream translated in conservation research

Antarctica’s animals have fascinated Shanelle Dyer since she was nine, and thanks to a New Zealand Post Antarctic Scholarship, she is translating that fascination into a Weddell Seal research project. The University of Canterbu… Read More

Rilee Thomas
17 July 2019

Fire and ice

Antarctic researcher Rilee Thomas was originally studying magma unmixing in the Southern Alps, but it was a rock deformation paper taught by Professor David Prior in 2017 that started her Antarctic journey. The University of Otag… Read More

Maren in Greenland photo taken by Janin Schaffer
17 July 2019

From Greenland to Antarctica via Dunedin

University of Otago student Maren Richter’s research has taken her to some of the least tropical places on the planet, and Antarctica is next on her list. She has just been awarded an Antarctica New Zealand Sir Robin Irvine Docto… Read More

Olivia Truax
17 July 2019

Antarctica, not all ice

Rocks and sand aren’t the first things that spring to mind when you think about Antarctica, but a scholarship student is using sediment cores to dig deeper into Antarctica’s climate secrets. Olivia Truax, from the University of … Read More

Icebreak out
5 July 2019

Significant funding boost for Kiwi Antarctic research programmes

A funding boost for Antarctic research programmes will be vital in helping to understand the impact of climate change on New Zealand and our global partner, an expert says. On Tuesday, the Antarctic Science Platform announced a $… Read More

SB concept
5 July 2019

Antarctica's Scott Base to get $250 million upgrade

New Zealand's Antarctic scientific outpost, Scott Base, is set for a major multi-million dollar redevelopment. Designs for the new-look, 10,000 square metre complex have been unveiled today. The $250 million dollar scientific com… Read More

Archive