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.
NILU has delivered a report on the monitoring of air quality in Ny-Ålesund the last few years.
Svalbard Symposium – Arctic Frontiers 2017
Auditorium 2, UiT Arctic University of Norway, Tuesday January 24, 2017, 13:00-17:00
The Research Council of Norway has been commissioned by the Ministry of Education and Research to provide input on an overall strategy for research and higher education on Svalbard and develop a separate strategy for Ny-Ålesund. The process will be inclusive and broad-based.
The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs hereby announces the availability of grants within the Arctic 2030 Grant Scheme. Projects related to the sea will have priority. Deadline: February 15, 2017.
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)
E-mail: : firstname.lastname@example.org