Project leader is awarded prestigious Austrian START prize

Our project leader, Dr Gina Moseley from the University of Innsbruck’s Quaternary Research Group has recently received one of this year’s prestigious Austrian Science Foundation (FWF) START prizes. The START programme is an Austrian initiative to support and strengthen outstanding research projects in science and humanities. Congratulations Gina! The €1.2 million START prize from the […]

Read more

Sample preparations in progress

Sample preparation at the @uniinnsbruck before the lab work at the @umnpics * * * #science #scientist #scientists #womeninscience #lab #laboratory #labcoat #research #researcher #stem #womeninstem #geology #geography #chemistry #drill #climatechange #climate #greenland A post shared by NE Greenland Caves Project (@negreenland_caves) on Apr 14, 2018 at 11:52am PDT

Read more

Karst Record Conference

Climate Change, The Karst Record, is a conference held every four years, which brings together researchers from all over the world who are working on answering questions about climate change using archives found in karst environments. This year the 8th conference was held at the University of Austin, Texas. Gina attended the conference and presented […]

Read more

City of Innsbruck Prize for Scientific Research

Project leader Dr. Gina Moseley was recently awarded the extremely prestigious City Of Innsbruck 2016 Prize for Scientific Research, for her work on solving a 30-year long palaeoclimate mystery in Devils Hole, Nevada, USA. For further information of the prize giving (in German) see here.

Read more

Irish Caving Conference

Thanks to the Speleological Union of Ireland for inviting Robbie and Gina to give a presentation at their annual caving conference, which was held this year in Ballyvaughan, County Clare.

Read more

Expedition Report Published

Our 96 page report on the findings of the Northeast Greenland Caves Project 2015 expedition to Kronprins Christian Land, Northeast Greenland, has officially been published in memory of Charlie Self. The report has been written and edited by Dr. Gina Moseley, and contains additional contributions from: Chris Blakeley, Robbie Shone, Prof. Paul Smith, Prof. Christoph […]

Read more

Short film of the expedition

Thank you to everyone who has and continues to support us, we couldn’t have done it without you.  Here is a short film of our expedition during the summer of 2015. It isn’t quite the full story (as is the nature of producing a short film), but nonetheless, we hope that you enjoy it. We […]

Read more

Presenting the Project…

Presenting the work of the Project and perhaps more importantly the scientific rationale for the Project has always been high on our agenda. During the last few weeks, Gina has given three presentations to three very different audiences. In such instances, it isn’t just a simple case of presenting the same lecture three times over.

Read more