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2016.12.21 | Arctic Research Centre

Season's greetings from ARC

ARC secretariat wishes you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2017!

Topping-off ceremony of the new education building in Nuuk. © Thomas Juul-Pedersen

2016.12.21 | Arctic Research Centre

Newsletter from Arctic Research Centre December 2016

Greetings from the director, safety and education news

2016.12.19 | Arctic Research Centre

Want to work with Arctic ecosystem monitoring?

Permanent position as academic employee in Arctic ecosystem dynamics at the Department of Bioscience in Roskilde

2016.12.16 | Arctic Research Centre

north2north funding opportunities for students, staff and faculty

University of the Arctic north2north mobility funding available to visit other north2north member institutions

Polar bear. Photo Rune Dietz.

2016.12.14 | Arctic Research Centre

PCB threatens polar bear populations

New research from ARC shows that PCB impairs male mating success and population growth

Jakob Sievers doing field work in Greenland.

2016.12.08 | Arctic Research Centre

Jakob Sievers awarded in the ArcticNet photo contest

Third prize for ARC postdoc in the photo contest of the largest gathering of Arctic scientists

2016.12.07 | Arctic Research Centre

How will climate change affect Greenland – new monitoring initiative to predict effects

The Arctic is experiencing temperatures that are well above the normal. Sea ice is disappearing and the warming affects the climate – and thus living conditions – in Greenland. A new monitoring programme will reveal the interactions between multiple complex processes and how the future may look like in Greenland and the rest of the Arctic.

2016.11.29 | Arctic Research Centre

PhD and postdoc scholarships in Greenland

Greenland Institute of Natural Resources announces a new call for applications

ASP annual meeting 2015 took place in Vancouver.

2016.11.29 | Arctic Research Centre

Arctic Science Partnership meets in Winnipeg

Annual meeting summarizes the achievements in 2016 and makes plans for future collaboration

2016.11.21 | Arctic Research Centre

Vacant positions in Arctic biogeochemistry

Department of Bioscience at Aarhus University is seeking a postdoc and a professor in Arctic biogeochemistry

2016.11.15 | Arctic Research Centre

Focus on Greenland

Danish Broadcasting Corporation has visited Greenland and talked with researchers from Aarhus University

2016.11.09 | Arctic Research Centre

AIAS-COFUND Fellowships

Funding opportunities for talented researchers within all scientific fields

2016.11.08 | Arctic Research Centre

INTERACT Transnational Access call is open

Apply INTERACT Transnational Access to do field work in the coolest places on the Earth!

2016.11.02 | Arctic Research Centre

New Arctic research and education strategy launched

Denmark shall be a leading nation for Arctic research and education. This is the ambitious goal of the new Danish strategy for Arctic research and education presented at the Danish Polar Research Conference.

Muskoxen. Photo Lars Holst Hansen, Aarhus University.

2016.10.19 | Arctic Research Centre

Climate change threatens the existence of Arctic musk oxen

Rising temperatures are making Arctic musk oxen struggle so much to find food that their very existence could soon be threatened.

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