Breaking the Ice with International Research Mobility

ResearchConnect travels to the Arctic to explore how international mobility is making an impact on the world of research.

Mobility and collaboration are an essential part of today’s research landscape. International mobility – researchers travelling to other countries as part of their research – continues to increase our global knowledge.

Mobility and collaboration are an essential part of today’s research landscape. International mobility – researchers travelling to other countries as part of their research – continues to increase our global knowledge.

In a prime example of international research mobility in action, 15 partners from 13 countries, including two North American partners from USA and Canada, joined forces to improve the capacities for marine-based research in the ice-covered Arctic Ocean.

Running from January 2018 until December 2021, the Arctic Research Icebreaker Consortium (ARICE) project aims to better coordinate the existing polar research fleet, offer scientists access to six research icebreakers and collaborate closely with the maritime industry.

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