Our events

Waste Management and Recycling

1 Jan 1970

Waste management is a challenge that we can definitively no longer ignore. Join us to see how waste management and recovery can become an integrated part of our economy. Discover some of today’s solutions to Reuse, Recycle or Reduce and how those can be adopted as best practices by all.

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BAS @ Bluedot Festival 2019

1 Jan 1970

BAS will once again be exhibiting at the UK's premier science and music festival located at Jodrell Bank Observatory. Our team of intrepid volunteers will be promoting Antarctic science and  exploration with a selection of Antarctic artefacts including science robots and a full camp set up. The event, which last year attracted over 20,000 visitors,…

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Sounds of Space panel @Bluedot 2019

1 Jan 1970

This year BAS researcher Dr. Nigel Meredith will be participating in a panel discussion about the 'sounds of space' at the UK's premier science and music festival at Jodrell Bank Observatory. Join him and Diana Scarborough to explore the amazing variety of natural 'sounds' from space detected at the Halley Research Station. Discover how these…

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FRISP 2019: Forum for Research into Ice Shelf Processes

1 Jan 1970

Registration is now sold out. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please email [email protected] Important dates Abstract submission closes: 30 June 2019 FRISP conference: 15-18 September 2019 About FRISP FRISP is an annual meeting to share research related to ice shelves, and their interactions with the ice sheet, ocean, and atmosphere.…

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Past Events

Searching for the lost meteorites of Antarctica @Bluedot 2019

1 Jan 1970

BAS researcher Dr. Katherine Joy will be speaking at the UK's leading science and music festival about her work recovering meteorite samples from Antarctica. Meteorites provide us with samples of the Moon, Mars and many different types of asteroids. Studying them has revealed the origin and evolution of the Solar System and the complexities of…

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Professor David Walton - an extraordinary life

1 Jan 1970

A celebration of an extraordinary life Professor David Walton's family invites friends and colleagues to join in a celebration of his extraordinary life on Friday 24 May 2019 at British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge.  Please note that the capacity of the venue is 120 people.  To secure your place please register by 15 May 2019. 25…

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