The UK Polar Network is going to hold another of its fun and successful Networking Days in Plymouth on June 7th at the Royal Corinthian Yacht Club.
This Networking Day is taking place in connection with the big Scott Centenary weekend commemorating the centenary of the British Antarctic (Terra Nova) Expedition, 1910-13, led by Captain Robert Falcon Scott.
So join us for an exciting day with a slight “historical” touch for presentations and discussions around the scientific legacy of the expedition, the wealth of archives available for polar scientists in the UK, discover the work of UK Antarctic Heritage Trust, and last but not least, meet lots of other interesting early career scientists working in all areas of polar sciences.
We are very fortunate to have Douglas Russell from the Natural History Museum as key note speaker, and Ellen Bazeley-White the Archives Manager from the British Antarctic Survey, and Anna Malaos from the UK Antarctic Heritage Trust to tell us about their work and the resources it opens up for scientists.
Bring along a poster about your current research for the poster session, and be prepared for some fun when we are playing Polar Bingo!
For those arriving early, or who have already travelled to Plymouth for the Polar Science Conference on June 6th we hope to arrange a trip to the National Marine Aquarium in the morning.
For more information and to register your interest in attending (not necessary, but it’d help us planning!),
please contact amelie.kirchgaessner_at_bas.ac.uk
Hope to see many of you there!
Anne, Laura, Claudia and Amélie
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