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For the Love of Science!

For the Love of Science!

What in the world is Citizen Science and why do we do it? In its richest form “Citizen Science” has the power to transform science and society. We live in a time where technology and information are abundant so it only makes sense to share information and collaborate...

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We’re all vulnerable

We’re all vulnerable

Vulnerability is something we have all experienced in our lives. Some more than others. Vulnerability can show up in in the absence of many of our basic needs - often things we all take for granted. Things like food, shelter, and warmth - all crucial for survival. In...

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First week at Bamsebu

First week at Bamsebu

The September 13th departure from the Coal pier in Longyearbyen was sealed with a powerful performance by 14 men from the “Store Norske Mannskor”- sharing songs and folklore from Svalbard’s rich history. All 100 guests were onboard soaking in the moments before we...

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Lots of Updates!

Lots of Updates!

Dear all!   We have a few good reasons why we have not sent out a blog lately. Now it's time to share a few updates! - What we are doing to get “Bamsebu Ready” for our 9-month overwintering Expedition, how to send us letters before we leave. - Link to the hosted...

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Podcast: Introducing Hearts In The Ice

Podcast: Introducing Hearts In The Ice

Listen in as Peter Neill, Director of The World Ocean Observatory introduces Hearts In The Ice and the Bambsebu overwintering project to his listeners on World Ocean Radio. The World Ocean Observatory (W2O) offers a new model for ocean communications, aggregating...

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FutureTalks

FutureTalks

(Photo by Jan Khur)   Camilla Hagen Sørli and Silje Vallestad established ”FutureTalks”. The idea was to collect "100 brilliant minds" leaders of the future, aboard a ship in the far north, and try to define the 10 most important questions of tomorrow. As the...

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