Articles by: Charmilie Nault

University of Zurich as new SPI member in 2021

The Swiss Polar Institute (SPI) is delighted to announce that the University of Zurich (UZH) will become a new member and funder of SPI from 1 January 2021. This development in the governance of the institute shows the increasing interest in polar and remote high-altitude research. Counting this new active […]

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Field and summer schools 2021

In view of supporting students and early-career scientists, SPI contributes to the cost related to the participation in field schools and training programmes for master’s and doctoral students. The topics or disciplines must be relevant for, or associated to, high-altitude or polar science. It is an opportunity to gain specialised […]

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Green Deal Call

Within the EU Horizon 2020 programme, a new “Green Deal” call for proposals has just been issued. The latter is a €1 billion call for research and innovation projects that respond to the climate crisis and help protect Europe’s unique ecosystems and biodiversity. Topics related to polar and extreme environments […]

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EU Arctic Policy: Public Consultation

The European Commission recently launched a public consultation in order to update its Arctic policy, including in the fields of research, technology development and climate change.  Inputs are open to a broad range of stakeholders, including academia. The latter are invited to give feedback in order to suggest ways to enhance European […]

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COVID-19 Update

SPI is happy to present our future events dedicated to the Swiss polar scientific community starting this autumn. This includes a revisited version of the traditional Swiss Polar Day initially scheduled in Spring. It will now be held on 16 October in Zurich, from 15:00 to 17:00. The event will […]

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