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Robbie has posted a number of photographs on our social media sites in the last few days. In case you missed them, here they are….
We did it! We actually did it! After several years or preparation and fundraising, and many more years of dreaming, our team of five people completed the expedition to northeast Greenland between 26th July-18th August, 2015. We had a fantastic … Continue reading
Robbie has been learning to fly the drone before the expedition, but he clearly needs more practice landing
Thanks to Joe Immen for donating his time and design power to our project. We now have a fantastic new logo. The first will be used as our long term project logo, and the second will go on this year’s … Continue reading
Catherine DiSanto of Outdoor Women’s Alliance recently phoned up our project leader, Dr. Gina Moseley, for a chat about the work of the Northeast Greenland Caves project. Catherine has written a really fantastic and positive article titled “Adventure + Science: … Continue reading
The last few weeks have been a bit crazy at Project HQ. Believe it or not, it looks like we are actually going to Greenland this summer! There was a time when we thought it might not happen, at least … Continue reading
It’s been a busy couple of months here at Project HQ. The crowdfunding campaign came to an end just before the New Year and reached a whopping £12,237. Thanks to everyone that supported us! Unfortunately, because we didn’t reach the … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that Celestial Green Ventures have very kindly offered to both sponsor our expedition and to offset the entire carbon emissions produced as a result of this project.
Our project partners at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Minnesota, received a shiney new piece of kit this week in the form of a Thermo Scientific Neptune Plus. The new mass spectrometer arrived in thirteen very large heavy … Continue reading