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Penguins benefit from extended maritime zone
Opportunities for Antarctic research – Apply now
Construction Seasons Starts at UK’s Largest Antarctic Research Hub
Expedition to map biodiversity in Atlantic deep sea
BAS field season underway
RRS Sir David Attenborough registered to Falkland Islands
Giant iceberg mission
Southern Hemisphere westerly winds likely to intensify as climate warms
British Antarctic Survey takes delivery of RRS Sir David Attenborough
Modernisation planning begins for Australia’s Antarctic stations 28 November 2020
Krill provide a highway for ocean carbon storage
Krill provide highway for ocean carbon storage
Deserved medal: Alison Dean and leadership in Antarctic 27 November 2020
Do your PhD with British Antarctic Survey in 2021
Blue whales return to South Georgia after near extinction
University helps UK Overseas Territory become sanctuary for wildlife
First Polar Pride
Climate extremes drive changes in Antarctic Bottom Water
Unprecedented changes in deep ocean driven by recent climate extremes
Recent climate extremes have driven unprecedented changes in deep ocean
BAS feeds into designation of new ocean sanctuary
Medal win for space weather scientist
Humpback whales return to South Georgia
RRS James Clark Ross departs for Antarctica
A68 iceberg heads towards South Georgia
RRS Sir David Attenborough heads for open sea
Microplastics ‘abundant’ in remote polar seas
Research priorities for effective krill management
Science Minister at Foundation for Science and Technology
Climate scientists uncover 30-year-old temperature record
Antarctic krill take refuge from climate change
Automated Halley monitors ozone hole over Antarctica
Deep channels link ocean to Antarctic glacier
Synchronous timing of past abrupt climate changes
Exeter project on Newton Prize shortlist
Seal whiskers hold clues to Southern Ocean food web dynamics
In Perfect Isolation
Past evidence supports complete loss of Arctic sea-ice by 2035
Update on 2020/21 Antarctic field season: responding to COVID-19 pandemic
Scientists discover new penguin colonies from space
Spotlight on equality, diversity and inclusion
Monitoring whales from space
Pride Day declared on 18 November
Pride Day declared on 18 November
Record warming at South Pole
Lancaster shares in £3.7m research to help Met Office predict space weather
Space weather monitoring receives funding boost
Government to protect UK research jobs with major support package