An excellent resource for schools is the website “Discovering the Arctic”. It was developed in partnership by the Royal Geographical Society, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office Polar Regions Department, the Scottish Association for Marine Science, and the British Antarctic Survey.
View Link: http://www.discoveringthearctic.org.uk/
Glasgow Science Centre has visitor attractions that present concepts of science and technology in unique and inspiring ways. The aims of the Glasgow Science Centre are:
- To create interactive experiences that inspire, challenge and engage to increase awareness of science for all in Scotland;
- To enhance the quality of science and technology learning;
- To communicate the role of leading edge science and technology in shaping Scotland’s future;
- To build partnerships to develop our national role in science communication and education;
- To promote Scotland’s science, education and innovation capability.
Gillian Laing, Deputy Director of Glasgow Science Centre, will be working closely with the Arctic PRIZE project to deliver events showcasing the project’s science.
View Link: http://www.glasgowsciencecentre.org/
APECS is an international and interdisciplinary organisation for undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, early faculty members, educators and others with interests in Polar Regions and the wider cryosphere. Its goals include creating opportunities for the development of innovative, international and interdisciplinary collaborations among current early career polar researchers, as well as recruiting, retaining and promoting the next generation of polar enthusiasts.
View Link: http://www.apecs.is/
A vast array of Arctic internet resources is available. Here we list those with direct links to the Changing Arctic Ocean Programme. An important component of the research in the Programme is international collaboration, and the many Arctic and international organisations that the scientists have contact with are summarised here.