Posted on 31/12/2015 by julien
ESA-sponsored medical doctor Floris van den Berg, now in Antarctica, recounts on his blog his visits to the researchers whose experiments he will run at Concordia research station. ‘Sunrise, sunrise Looks like mornin’ in your eyes, But the...
Posted on 23/11/2015 by julien
Welcome to the Ivy League!
Continuing the new ESA-sponsored medical doctor’s blog entries on preparing for his year-long stay in Antarctica, Floris van den Berg writes: It was actually my hotel that welcomed me, but still, visiting an Ivy League university is...
Posted on 26/04/2013 by julien
Atmospheric science in Antarctica
Glaciologist Albane Barbero gives a run-down of what she does at Concordia. While we live in more comfortable environments, Albane works seven-day weeks in sub-zero conditions to understand how humankind is changing our planet. She is extremely busy as the list below is only an excerpt from full blog in French. I work for the Glaciology and environment geophysics laboratory in Grenoble, France, on many scientific projects.