Engaging young people in science is important to British Antarctic Survey.  Our award-winning educational resources for teachers and students are curriculum-relevant and developed in partnership with the Royal Geographical Society and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Polar Regions Department. Our scientists and support staff  visit schools within a 50-mile radius of Cambridge to talk about polar science and living and working in the world’s last great wilderness.

A view looking east across the Antarctic Peninsula during a flight back to Rothera Station from Fossil Bluff


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SHIP BLOG: Science Week questions answered from the Southern Ocean

Last week was UK Science Week, and we asked schools and anyone else who had burning questions about the Antarctic deep sea to send them to us here on the …