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.

2016.10.17 | Arctic Research Centre

Zackenberg Research Station on new stamps

Two Greenlandic stamps picture research at Zackenberg

Shahnaj Begum, researcher at the Faculty of Education, University of Lapland, visited Aarhus in September.

2016.10.13 | Arctic Research Centre

north2north mobility from Lapland to Aarhus

Shahnaj Begum from University of Lapland visited Aarhus University under the north2north programme and met ARC scientists.

Mountain avens (Dryas integrifolia) is a common Arctic dwarf shrub.

2016.10.02 | Arctic Research Centre

Flies are the key pollinators of the High Arctic

A new study by researchers from Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Canada finds that small flies related to our common house fly drive the pollination services across the Arctic.

Inukshuk is the traditional symbol of the Inuit culture, an important part of the ArcticNet meeting. © Susanna Pakkasmaa

2016.10.01 | Arctic Research Centre

Newsletter from Arctic Research Centre September 2016

New partner in ASP, new students, news from the field and other events

Ulla Tornæs. Photo Kim Vadskær.

2016.09.30 | Arctic Research Centre

Collaboration is a means to strengthen Arctic science

Danish Minister for Higher Education and Science, Ulla Tornæs, gave a speech in the White House Arctic Science Ministerial, which brought together politicians and high-level officials as well as representatives from indigenous groups, to expand joint collaboration focused on Arctic.

2016.09.29 | Arctic Research Centre

Job vacancy: Head of the Greenland Climate Research Center

Greenland Institute of Natural Resources invites applications for a position as Head of the Greenland Climate Research Centre. Application deadline 28 October.

Drifting sea ice transports seeds, small plants and other organisms in the Arctic. Photo: Inger Greve Alsos

2016.09.27 | Arctic Research Centre

Arctic wildlife dispersed by sea ice

Sea ice can play an important role in the dispersal of plant and animal species in the Arctic. But what happens when the ice melts?

Annual meeting 2015. Photo Peter Schmidt Mikkelsen.

2016.09.22 | Arctic Research Centre

Invitation to ARC annual meeting

ARC annual meeting 2016 takes place at Sandbjerg Estate on 23-24 November

Cover photo: Jakob Sievers, ARC

2016.09.21 | Arctic Research Centre

High impact of Arctic research from Aarhus University

Aarhus University is the sixth most cited university in Arctic research, a new report shows

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