On Thursday 11 September, nineteen top Arctic institutes throughout Europe (including the International Polar Foundation) formally presented the results of the work done to investigate the feasibility of establishing a permanent …
International Polar Foundation
On September 17, the "Antarctica – The Next Generation" conference will take place in Brussels, Belgium. It will present scientific research projects carried out at Princess Elisabeth Antarctica. The winner of …
To mark UN World Environment Day on June 5th, International Polar Foundation Executive Director Andreas Wagner presented the Gemeentelijk Technisch Instituut, in Londerzeel, Belgium with our annual award …
The International Polar Foundation's flagship project: Powered by wind and solar energy, the world’s first zero emission research station welcomes scientists from around the world.
The InBev-Baillet Latour Antarctica Fellowship provides young scientists with the opportunity to conduct research out of the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica research station in East Antarctica.