bas.ac.uk/live

LIVE feed(s) from British Antarctic Survey

This page will stream selective British Antarctic Survey press conferences, public lectures and other interesting live video feeds.

Polar Net Zero – COP26

This interactive event challenges young people around the globe to think about the part they can play in creating a low carbon future.

By questioning world-leading experts who are developing sustainable solutions to reduce energy use at British Antarctic Survey research stations school children will learn how human ingenuity, creativity, and technology can help people live with and adapt to climate change. Its key message to students is ‘you can help ensure a greener, more resilient future for us all’.


Watch again – Previous Live events:

Pre-COP26 Live Event

28th – 30th October 2021

Live tours of the RRS Sir David Attenborough during Ice Worlds, and pre-recorded content from key ship moments


 


Live talks at the Polar Worlds Exhibition in Royal Museums Greenwich – Timetable

 

Lecture Theatre

 


Seminar Room

 


Biodiversity at BAS Cambridge – Our Live Blue Tit & Kestrel nestbox cameras will be back next spring


Antarctica: Mystery of the Ice

A BAS Quick-Fire Science talk by Ella Gilbert (BAS)

Thursday 18 June, 2.00pm


Emperor Penguin – Super Bird
Dr Peter Fretwell (BAS)

19th May 2020

 


RRS Sir David Attenborough – Naming Ceremony
Thursday 26th September

 



‘Sounds of Space’ Performance: an art-science collaboration

For more background see the project page.

Friday 16th November, 2-3pm

 



The
launch of hull (Yard Number) 1390. This live stream will be the launch, at Cammell Laird, of the hull that will become the new polar research vessel the RRS Sir David Attenborough.

Saturday 14th July 2018, from 11:00am UK BST (TBC)

 



The launch of the International Thwaites Glacier Collaboration

Monday 30 April, 11.00am-12.00pm UK BST (6.00-7.00am US Eastern) at British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK

 


Previous Event:
Blue Tit nest box at BAS Cambridge. This live stream was live from sunrise to sunset ( 1 minute breaks at 11.30 and 14.30 BST ). A great year for the Blue Tits, as we saw all ten eggs hatch and fledge.