Up to 1,000 researchers from approx. 30 nations conduct research in Svalbard every year. The Svalbard Science Forum (SSF) secretariat in Longyearbyen provides an overview of research activities in Svalbard and facilitates collaboration between the relevant research communities.
The Norwegian government names research and higher education among the most important activities in Svalbard in the years to come.
The doors to the EISCAT facilities and the Kjell Henriksen auroral observatory (KHO) open for visitors.
Researchers unite to address the problems that drones and other unmanned vehicles encounter in a harsh Arctic climate.
As coal production in Svea is coming to a halt, Store Norske invites researchers to take advantage of vacant facilities in the mining town.
The goal of the workshop is to evaluate the current status of marine research activities in Kongsfjorden/Ny-Ålesund and to identify gaps and areas for future collaboration.
Svalbard Science Forum
P.O Box 564 N-1327 Lysaker, Norway
Visiting address: Svalbard Science Centre, Longyearbyen
Telephone: +47 79 02 64 87 / +47 22 03 70 00 (Oslo)
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