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2020 Scholarship students
20 August 2020

Supporting our rising stars

From research into Antarctica’s Adélie penguins, to studying an ice stream more than 1000 kilometres from Scott Base, Antarctica New Zealand is thrilled to announce the four recipients of this year’s scholarships. They are Matthe… Read More

Ice Mountains
12 August 2020

New Board members for Antarctica New Zealand

Antarctica New Zealand is pleased to welcome two new Board members. Independent Director, Jenn Bestwick and Environmental Manager, Neil Gilbert have joined the organisation. The appointments were announced in today’s New Zealand… Read More

Current Scott Base
6 August 2020

Ice-olation for Antarctica New Zealand

Antarctica New Zealand is gearing up for a much reduced season on the ice this year and a very different deployment to normal! Before they head to one of the remotest places on the planet, all personnel flying south with the New… Read More

Scott Base Redevelopment Project
3 August 2020

A Green Building on the White Continent

A Green Building on the White Continent The colour of the new Scott Base may not be decided, but one thing is clear – the building will be green. Antarctica New Zealand, together with the New Zealand Green Building Council, has d… Read More

SB Sign First Sunset2019 Jonny Harrison
14 July 2020

Kāhui Māori to protect and guide Antarctic as well as climate adaptation research

The Deep South Challenge: Changing with our Climate is humbled and excited that its Kāhui Māori have agreed to share their knowledge with the Antarctic Science Platform, and to act as its Kāhui Māori (Māori advisory group) as wel… Read More

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30 June 2020

Congratulations to the Melting Ice and Rising Seas team

Antarctica New Zealand and the Antarctic Science Platform extends a huge congratulations to the Melting Ice and Rising Seas team who have won the Prime Minister’s Science prize. The team is led by the Antarctic Research Centre, a… Read More

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