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The following is a small selection of recent news articles mentioning the Institute.

This is only a small collection and we hope to create a more extensive archive in due course.

Date Source Title
28th October, 2014 Cambridge News Captain Scott’s friend and saviour the vilified Sir Edgar Speyer will be honoured at Scott Polar Research Institute
27th October, 2014 Business Insurance Increased harsh winter risks in Europe, Asia due to Arctic sea ice decline: Scientists
27th October, 2014 Design & Trend Warm World-Chilly Paradox Has Been Happening for Years
26th October, 2014 The Guardian Global warming has doubled risk of harsh winters in Eurasia, research finds
23rd October, 2014 Daily Mail Notebook lost for more than a 100 years is discovered in Antarctic snow: Photographer's journal dates back to Captain Scott's ill-fated expedition
21st October, 2014 Archaeology Photographer’s Notebook Found in Melting Antarctic Ice
20th October, 2014 The Guardian Thaw reveals photographer’s notebook from Captain Scott’s Antarctic hut
15th October, 2014 Cambridge News Shackleton remembered at Cambridge Polar Institute
7th October, 2014 ITV News Lottery money to expand explorer collection
4th October, 2014 Newsminer.com Brimming with Arctic and Antarctic history
2nd October, 2014 Eco-business Why Greenland is likely to melt more quickly
30th September, 2014 Christian Science Monitor Will Greenland's ice sheet slide into the sea?
30th September, 2014 NBC News Greenland Ice Sheet's Soft Bed May Accelerate Melt: Study
29th September, 2014 Cambridge News Greenland Ice Sheet 'more vulnerable' than previously thought, according to Cambridge University research
29th September, 2014 Daily Mail Greenland's ice sheet is MORE vulnerable to climate change than first thought, claim scientists
29th September, 2014 Laboratory Equipment Greenland More Vulnerable to Climate Change than Thought
29th September, 2014 Yahoo News Greenland Ice Sheet 'Not Nearly as Stable as We Think'
24th September, 2014 ITV News Mammoth's tooth on display in new exhibition of pairs
23rd September, 2014 Cambridge News Mega-bite: giant tooth goes on show as Cambridge’s museums team up for unique exhibition
25th July, 2014 Cambridge News Sir Ernest Shackleton honoured at centenary exhibition at Cambridge's Polar Museum
17th July, 2014 Cambridge News Cambridge honour for Sir Edgar Speyer, who bankrolled Captain Scott's expeditions to the Antarctic - but was branded a spy
11th June, 2014 International Business Times First Ever Interactive Atlas of Ancient Inuit Arctic Trails Goes Live
10th June, 2014 Science Daily First atlas of Inuit Arctic trails launched
31st January, 2014 Cambridge News Cambridge University treasures - including a rare egg cracked by Charles Darwin - are going on show together in London for first time
10th January, 2014 Cambridge News Poignant letters from the South Pole, written by explorer Apsley Cherry-Garrard about death of Capt Robert Falcon Scott, go on show in Cambridge
8th January, 2014 Daily Gazette Video: Watch as cliffs battered by high tide falls into the sea at Mersea
5th January, 2014 Cambridge News Cambridge University researcher Robert Headland says Akademik Shokalskiy expedition was 'on the cheap'
5th January, 2014 Peterborough Telegraph Talk is cold comfort for geological society
23rd December, 2013 Cambridge News No masking fun at Scott Polar Research Institute's storytelling event in Cambridge Central Library
1st December, 2013 Science Recorder Researchers discover two subglacial lakes 800 meters below the Greenland Ice Sheet
28th November, 2013 Economic Times Lakes discovered beneath Greenland ice sheet:Report
28th November, 2013 NPR By Accident, Scientists Discover Lakes Beneath Greenland
28th November, 2013 Xinhua News Subglacial lakes found in Greenland for first time: study
27th November, 2013 Phys.org Lakes discovered beneath Greenland ice sheet
19th November, 2013 Wired Active Antarctic volcano eruption would have to be huge to cause significant harm
15th November, 2013 Varsity Mad About Museums: The Polar Museum
23rd October, 2013 BBC Things to Do Mapping the Past: A Trail
29th September, 2013 BBC News Magazine Benjamin Leigh Smith: The forgotten explorer of the frozen north
23rd August, 2013 Weekly Times Now To the icy ends of the earth
20th August, 2013 BBC things to do Science Old and New Workshop
14th August, 2013 Dunmow Broadcast 24 The Snow Queen Retold at The Polar Museum
14th August, 2013 Saffron Walden Reporter 24 The Snow Queen Retold at The Polar Museum
31st July, 2013 Cambridge News 'Warm and generous' librarian dies, 91
30th July, 2013 Cambridge News Life on the Land revealed
16th July, 2013 E! Science News Researchers shed new light on supraglacial lake drainage
3rd July, 2013 Cambridge News Quest for recognition for Scott's bank roller
11th June, 2013 Limerick Post Free Tom Crean lecture
30th May, 2013 Outdoor News Musician Follows In Captain's Scott's Footsteps
28th May, 2013 Culture 24 Exploring Antarctica in Chatham: The Final Expeditions of Scott and Shackleton
17th May, 2013 National Geographic Exploring the Ghosts of Wrangel Island
11th May, 2013 This is South Wales Artist is reunited with ship
8th May, 2013 Cambridge News Scott bankroller's anti-British billing reviewed in book
7th May, 2013 Kent News Scott and Shackleton exhibition at Chatham Dockyard
3rd May, 2013 Independent.ie Hand written Scott poem to fetch €4,700 at auction
9th April, 2013 Around the O UO alum Duncan MacDonald-Korth: Improving the lives of others
5th April, 2013 Nunatsiaq Online The Rock at Durban Harbour, Part 2
2nd April, 2013 ITV News Last letter revealed in full
2nd April, 2013 ITV News Anglia Final words of Scott of the Antarctic
1st April, 2013 This is Cornwall Captain Scott letter revealed in full on anniversary of explorer's death
30th March, 2013 Australian Polar explorer Scott's doomed expedition faced death 'like men'
29th March, 2013 BBC News Cambridgeshire Scott of the Antarctic: Last letter revealed in full
29th March, 2013 Cambridge News Captain Scott's final plea for his family revealed in letter
29th March, 2013 Daily Mail 'I leave them very ill provided for': Captain Scott's dying plea for his wife and son
29th March, 2013 Guardian Captain Scott letter goes on display on anniversary of his death
29th March, 2013 Mirror By Louie Smith 2 Comments "Excuse writing, it is minus 40C": Captain Scott's last letter home revealed 101 years on
29th March, 2013 Phys.org Last letter of Captain Scott finally revealed in full—101 years on
29th March, 2013 Telegraph Captain Scott's last letter made public on the anniversary of his death
27th March, 2013 Telegram A tragic trail from Labrador to Europe
18th March, 2013 Country Life See the best art this March
9th March, 2013 Otago Daily Times Journey of discovery
7th March, 2013 Cambridge News Great balls of custard! Science festival is going to be explosive
27th February, 2013 Guardian Sunderland student plots the Arctic's melting ice
20th February, 2013 University of Cambridge Museums Blog Work experience taster day
16th February, 2013 The Forum (BBC World Service) Ice
26th January, 2013 The New Zealand Herald At the icy frontier
16th January, 2013 Cambridge News Cambridge University's Museums
8th January, 2013 This is Cornwall 'Minor mistakes' cost lives of Scott and polar trek team
30th December, 2012 Telegraph Scott of the Antarctic could have been saved if his orders had been followed, say scientists
19th December, 2012 Daily Mail British professor discovers Captain Scott's lost campsite eerily unchanged since doomed Antarctic expedition 100 years ago
19th December, 2012 Times Old photos pinpoint campsite of Scott expedition survivors
18th December, 2012 Yahoo! News Lost campsite used by Scott's Antarctic expedition found after 100 years
14th December, 2012 Cambridge News Expert finds Scott team's elusive site
14th December, 2012 Times of Malta Scott’s camp discovered
13th December, 2012 3 News Lost Scott Antarctic campsite found
13th December, 2012 Herald Scotland Captain Scott's lost Antarctic camp discovered
13th December, 2012 National Science Foundation Atop an Antarctic Volcano, NSF-funded Researcher Finds Camp Site from the "Heroic Age" of Antarctic Exploration
13th December, 2012 NBC News 100-year-old camp site discovered in Antarctica
4th December, 2012 Arts Council England Poets unite to increase access to great art
1st December, 2012 Museums Journal Cambridge museums' poetry project under fire
1st December, 2012 The Australian Douglas Mawson's 'ambition, inexperience' led to expeditioners' deaths
1st December, 2012 The Australian Mawson experts respond to David Day
29th November, 2012 BBC Things to Do The Changing Faces of Scott of the Antarctic
22nd November, 2012 Cambridge News Robert Scott and fiction focus of talk
20th November, 2012 Telegraph Scott's Antarctic explorers read Alice In Wonderland on board
12th November, 2012 BBC News Cambridgeshire Captain Scott's Antarctic team letters published in book
12th November, 2012 Cambridge News Last letters of Scott's polar team published
8th November, 2012 BBC Things To Do Frozen Planet
8th November, 2012 Telegraph Travel Ben Fogle, The Adventurer: to the ends of the Earth
5th November, 2012 New Statesman Opening doors to poetry
2nd November, 2012 BBC News Cambridge University collections to inspire UK poets
2nd November, 2012 Cambridge News Cambridge artefacts to inspire poets
2nd November, 2012 Cambridge University Library News Poet Laureate launches major poetry and museums project at the University of Cambridge
2nd November, 2012 Guardian Cambridge University museums launch poetry 'renaissance'
31st October, 2012 BBC News Polar exploration and psychic hinterlands
30th October, 2012 Cambridge News Slideshow: Princess Anne welcomed by school pupils and staff
30th October, 2012 ITV News Anglia Princess Royal visits region
25th October, 2012 Cambridge News Princess to visit polar institute and school
25th October, 2012 Times Higher Education Prints that came in from the cold
18th October, 2012 Cambridge News Frozen in time - lost pictures by Scott
18th October, 2012 Huffington Post Captain Scott's Lost Photos From South Pole Expedition Unveiled
17th October, 2012 BBC News Cambridgeshire Captain Scott Antarctic photos shown in Cambridge
8th October, 2012 IsleofMan.com An Evening with Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE an overwhelming success
29th September, 2012 Guardian The Weekend quiz
26th September, 2012 IsleofMan.com Sir Ranulph Fiennes OBE to take centre stage at The Gaiety Theatre
22nd September, 2012 BBC News Viewpoint: Should we send humans to Mars?
12th September, 2012 Timaru Herald Scott 100 launched
8th September, 2012 Otago Daily Times Scott centennial launch
6th September, 2012 BBC Things to Do Heritage Open Days: The Legacy of Captain Scott
5th September, 2012 The National Mysteries may thaw along with Arctic ice
20th July, 2012 Daily Telegraph An iceberg twice the size of Manhattan has broken off Greenland
20th July, 2012 Press TV Huge iceberg breaks off Greenland glacier
20th July, 2012 Voice of Russia Petermann Iceberg tore off from the glacier
5th July, 2012 BBC News Wiltshire Explorer Edward Wilson's sledge flag returns to Gloucester Cathedral
30th June, 2012 This is Gloucestershire Raising the flag and voices for explorer
22nd June, 2012 ITV News From the South Pole to the Cambridge Food Bank
21st June, 2012 BBC News Antarctic rations delivered to Cambridge foodbank
15th June, 2012 Antarctic Sun Getting started
14th June, 2012 R&R Sunderland student joins US arctic exploration trip
12th June, 2012 Australian Geographic Historic study on sexually depraved penguins found
29th May, 2012 Science Daily Discovery of Historical Photos Sheds Light On Greenland Ice Loss
18th May, 2012 Antarctic Sun McMurdo LTER adds social sciences to research program
8th May, 2012 Arctic Institute Alison Weisburger
4th May, 2012 Planet Earth Online (NERC) Spotting ice from space
1st May, 2012 Worksop Guardian College represented at Scott memorial service
28th April, 2012 Stuff (NZ) Cabin link with Scott's Antarctic quest
16th April, 2012 Peterborough Today Fossil talk to be held at library
13th April, 2012 Scientific American Penguins from Space: A New Satellite Census Doubles the Known Population of Emperors
11th April, 2012 Peterborough Today Antarctic expert to hold lecture in city
8th April, 2012 Independent Exclusive: British polar research in crisis
5th April, 2012 The Guardian Leading with video delivery – leading with flexible learning
3rd April, 2012 Cambridge News Pair's memories of Falklands War
2nd April, 2012 Art Daily Scott of the Antartic's dying letter sells for £163,250 at Bonhams
30th March, 2012 Guardian Captain Scott centenary marked at St Paul's Cathedral
29th March, 2012 BBC News Scott's Antarctic diet: Stewed penguin and champagne
29th March, 2012 MSN News MSN talks to Ben Saunders of the Scott 2012 expedition
29th March, 2012 Voxy Author gets help on Shackleton book
28th March, 2012 Guardian Captain Scott centenary: Storm rages around polar explorer's reputation
28th March, 2012 London Evening Standard 10,000 to turn out as Queen and Duke start Diamond Jubilee tour
21st March, 2012 About My Area Antarctic Discovery Day At The National Museum of the Royal Navy
19th March, 2012 The Smart Set March Madness
16th March, 2012 Arctic Sounder Trees not invading as fast as earlier predicted
16th March, 2012 BBC News Yorkshireman Frank Wild's forgotten polar journey
14th March, 2012 Yorkshire Evening Post Captain Oates: Leeds arctic hero’s blue plaque honour
12th March, 2012 Telegraph Can a gentleman hero still play it straight?
9th March, 2012 Physorg Invading trees?
8th March, 2012 Creative Boom A musical expedition to Scott’s South Pole
6th March, 2012 Cambridge News Visitors make tracks to area's attractions
3rd March, 2012 Cambridge News 'Sledge-pull in the spirit of Scott'
27th February, 2012 CIO CIO Profile: Play.com's Francesco de Marchis plays the global game
25th February, 2012 Irish Times A continent in a paintbox
24th February, 2012 Art Daily Rare original 1913 polar photographs from Captain Scott's infamous expedition to the South Pole unveiled
24th February, 2012 Khaleej Times Online To do in 2012
20th February, 2012 Guardian Jonathan Bamber, Director of Bristol Glaciology Centre
17th February, 2012 MercoPress (Montevideo) HMS Protector meets RRS Ernest Shackleton in Antarctica
13th February, 2012 Culture 24 Incredible photos of Captain Scott's Terra Nova quest in Great White South at ATLAS Gallery
12th February, 2012 Daily Record Captain Scott's grandson follows in relative's heroic footsteps to South Pole
10th February, 2012 The National A century on, Scott of the Antarctic's tragic legacy still intrigues
9th February, 2012 Cambridge Evening News They think, therefore they learn?
7th February, 2012 Wales Online Centenary of Scott expedition inspires composer in new piece
5th February, 2012 Ham and High Rare insight into Scott’s South Pole journey at Marylebone gallery
3rd February, 2012 Tewkesbury Admag Scott and the frozen south
2nd February, 2012 Cambridge News A celebration in music of Scott's Antarctic expedition
29th January, 2012 Cambridge First Cambridge museums to share in £60m funding
27th January, 2012 Cambridge News Bill applauded for countryside work
26th January, 2012 AboutMyArea Exhibition marks centenary of Scott's fateful polar expedition
26th January, 2012 Scotsman Map-makers admit Greenland gaffe
25th January, 2012 Cambridge Network Arts Council England to support University of Cambridge Museums partnership
25th January, 2012 Cambridge News University's museums get share of £20m fund
25th January, 2012 Cision Wire Great Scott – rare original 1913 polar photographs from Captain Scott’s infamous expedition to the Antarctic on sale for the first time in a century
25th January, 2012 Guardian The winners and losers of ACE's major museum funding
24th January, 2012 BBC News Museums in England share £60m fund
24th January, 2012 Guardian Museums hear fate after 29 bid for share of £60m Renaissance money
20th January, 2012 BBC News What was life like in Scott's base camp?
20th January, 2012 M&H online HLF saves Captain Scott's final photos
20th January, 2012 New Scientist Reliving Scott's quest for the South Pole
20th January, 2012 The Cork News Corkman appears in lost Antarctic photos
20th January, 2012 The Journal (Dublin) In pictures: Scott’s Terra Nova expedition to the South Pole
18th January, 2012 BBC News Pictures of South Pole expedition go online
18th January, 2012 Daily Mail Scott's last pictures of harsh Antarctic revealed and saved for the nation (and the explorer didn't even get to see them before he died)
18th January, 2012 Nature Antarctica: Scientists to the end
17th January, 2012 BBC News Researchers praise Scott's South Pole scientific legacy
17th January, 2012 Cambridge News Slideshow: Rare collection of photographs taken by Captain Scott
17th January, 2012 Channel 4 News Captain Scott- 100 years on
17th January, 2012 Culture 24 Heritage venues mark centenary of Captain Scott as expedition team recreates his spirit
17th January, 2012 Guardian Centenary of Captain Scott reaching the South Pole – in pictures
17th January, 2012 Huffington Post Photos From Captain Scott's Doomed Polar Expedition Revealed 100 Years On
17th January, 2012 Independent Scott's lost photos of Antarctica are bought for nation
17th January, 2012 Mirror Captain Scott South Pole 100th anniversary: Contemporary photos and newspapers show how expedition was covered at the time Read more: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/2012/01/17/captain-scott-south-pole-100th-anniversary-contemporary-photos-and-n
17th January, 2012 Telegraph Scott expedition 'not just about reaching the pole'
17th January, 2012 Telegraph Scott of the Antarctic: 100 years on
17th January, 2012 Washington Post Queen Elizabeth II’s husband Prince Philip resumes royal engagements after heart procedure
16th January, 2012 Guardian Scott's lost Antarctica photographs bought for the nation
16th January, 2012 New York Times Penguins, Hockey and Serious Stuff Too: Scott’s Polar Chronicles
16th January, 2012 Sun Captain Scott's South Pole snaps are saved for the nation
16th January, 2012 Wales Online Pictures taken by Captain Scott saved for nation by Scott Polar Research Institute
14th January, 2012 The Scotsman An unrivalled legacy: Exploring Captain Scott’s contribution to science
9th January, 2012 New Scientist The bits and bobs of Antarctic exploration
30th December, 2011 The Guardian Scott's polar disaster lives on
23rd December, 2011 CNN Landmark exhibition celebrates century since Scott's fateful journey to South Pole
22nd December, 2011 Ormskirk and Skelmersdale Advertiser Join Martin Mere’s South Pole expedition
21st December, 2011 The Telegraph Farewell letter from Captain Scott pledged Antarctic team would 'die like gentlemen'
20th December, 2011 CBS News Scott of the Antarctic's goodbye letter to be sold
20th December, 2011 The Seattle Times Scott of the Antarctic's goodbye letter to be sold
17th December, 2011 Reposted from The Awakening Website A Christmas Story
14th December, 2011 Hunts Post 24 Polar expedition’s live link-up with Holywell Primary School
14th December, 2011 LA Times Framework
14th December, 2011 The Foreigner PM honours Polar heroes
13th December, 2011 Inside Science South Pole Explorers Still Inspire Controversy
13th December, 2011 The Telegraph 100 year anniversary exhibition of Captain Scott's Antarctic polar expedition
12th December, 2011 MSNBC Cambridge exhibit tells the story of Captain Scott's final Terra Nova polar expedition
12th December, 2011 mysinchew.com Britain remembers tragic hero Scott of the Antarctic
12th December, 2011 Socyberty New Exhibition Gives New Insight Into Fateful Captain Scott Expedition
12th December, 2011 The Express Race to the South Pole: was Scott the true victor?
11th December, 2011 Cambridge First Memories from ill-fated South Pole mission brought to life
11th December, 2011 The Independent Everybody loves a winner, but we like a trier even more
10th December, 2011 The Telegraph The team behind the British Services Antarctic Expedition
9th December, 2011 Metro Captain Scott and Roald Amundsen: Arctic heroes still poles apart
8th December, 2011 BBC Newsround Captain Scott's expedition to the South Pole
7th December, 2011 Yorkshire Post Untold story of Scott’s ill-fated race to Pole revealed in display
6th December, 2011 BBC News Captain Scott's Antarctic expedition artefacts on show
6th December, 2011 BBC News Cambridgeshire Captain Scott's Antarctic expedition artefacts on show
6th December, 2011 Cambridge News New exhibition on Captain Robert Scott's ill-fated Antarctic adventure
6th December, 2011 Daily Mail Unseen for 100 years: Final moving letter from Captain Scott's ill-fated polar expedition revealed for the first time
6th December, 2011 The Guardian Last letter from Captain Scott's South Pole expedition found by researchers
6th December, 2011 The Telegraph Untold stories of Scott's Antarctic expedition found in journals and letters
1st December, 2011 Sydney Morning Herald Scientists say act or lose all Arctic ice
1st December, 2011 The Age Scientists say act or lose all Arctic ice
29th November, 2011 The Telegraph Lord Lawson accuses Sir David Attenborough of ‘sensationalism’
25th November, 2011 MSN News Polar ways of life 'disappearing'
25th November, 2011 The Telegraph Living with the Inugguit
25th November, 2011 The Telegraph Honouring Robert Falcon Scott's memory
19th November, 2011 Greenock Telegraph Plea to mark hero anniversary
15th November, 2011 New Ross Standard Wilson's South Pole notebooks fascinate
14th November, 2011 BBC News Terra Nova concerto premiere marks Captain Scott's 100th anniversary
14th November, 2011 Varsity Hero in the snow
10th November, 2011 Times of India Arctic sea may become ice-free by ’15
9th November, 2011 Economic Times Arctic sea 'could be ice free by 2015'
8th November, 2011 The Huffington Post Jennifer Murray, 71, Prepares For 155-Mile 'Ultra Marathon'
7th November, 2011 BBC Radio Cambridgeshire Ian Willis and Alison Banwell interviewed about their Greenland Ice Sheet research
7th November, 2011 The Huffington Post Racing The Planet, Nepal - Grandmother to Attempt 250km Ultramarathon in Six Days!
25th October, 2011 Click Green Extreme melt of Greenland ice sheet could be difficult to halt
25th October, 2011 Science Codex Extreme melting on Greenland ice sheet
24th October, 2011 Cambridge News DJs and bands bring city museums to life
20th October, 2011 Joburg.org Wild’s ashes found in Joburg
19th October, 2011 Media Matters for America Fox's Flagship News Show Performs 5-year Dance Around Greenland Ice Loss
13th October, 2011 Environmental Expert New monitoring technology helps reveal Arctic secrets
2nd October, 2011 Morning Sentinel Jay scholar earns Fulbright; heads for Bhutan
27th September, 2011 Time Science Farewell to the Arctic — as We Know It
26th September, 2011 Helicopter Association International Copter Recordbreaker to Compete in Himalayan Ultra Marathon
26th September, 2011 The New American Atlasgate Shrugged: Downplaying Greenland's Fictional Ice Melt
24th September, 2011 The Guardian Scott of the Antarctic: the lies that doomed his race to the pole
24th September, 2011 The New York Times Scientists Want Publisher to Refreeze Greenland
23rd September, 2011 Daily Mail 'We were wrong': HarperCollins pledge 'urgent review' of Times world atlas which wrongly overstated global warming
23rd September, 2011 The Telegraph Only four left to follow in the footsteps of Captain Robert Falcon Scott
22nd September, 2011 PlanetSKI Arctic ice lowest level 30 years
21st September, 2011 Daily Mail New Times Atlas 'must be pulped' over climate change exaggeration row
21st September, 2011 The Australian A heated response to glacier melt atlas
21st September, 2011 The Guardian Times Atlas ice error was a lesson in how scientists should mobilise
21st September, 2011 The Telegraph Atlas's reputation melts faster than Greenland ice
20th September, 2011 BBC News Greenland ice: Are the Times a-changing?
20th September, 2011 CNN The unsolved mystery of lost 19th century 'ghost ships'
20th September, 2011 Daily Mail A greener Greenland? Times Atlas 'error' overstates global warming
20th September, 2011 International Business Times Polar Scientists Challenge Times Atlas on Greenland Ice Loss
20th September, 2011 Nature Greenland ice-melt map gets the cold shoulder
20th September, 2011 New Scientist Times Atlas grossly exaggerates Greenland ice loss
20th September, 2011 Newstrack India Scientists reject Times Atlas' 'ice-free Greenland due to climate change' claim
20th September, 2011 Reuters World Atlas ice loss claim exaggerated - scientists
20th September, 2011 Scoop Experts: Times Atlas overstates ice loss
20th September, 2011 The Guardian Times Atlas publishers apologise for 'incorrect' Greenland ice statement
20th September, 2011 The Independent Row over British atlas showing greener Greenland
20th September, 2011 The Independent Mapmakers' claim on shape of Greenland suddenly melts away
19th September, 2011 BBC News Times Atlas 'wrong' on Greenland ice
19th September, 2011 Daily Mail Atlasgate: will they never learn?
19th September, 2011 International Business Times Times Atlas ‘Wrong’ on Climate Change Impact in Greenland
19th September, 2011 Science Insider UPDATED: Atlas Shrugged? 'Outraged' Glaciologists Say Mappers Misrepresented Greenland Ice Melt
19th September, 2011 The Guardian Times Atlas is 'wrong on Greenland climate change'
19th September, 2011 The Telegraph Scientists question melting of Greenland ice sheet shown on Times Atlas
19th September, 2011 University of Cambridge Research News Scientists raise concerns regarding erroneous reporting of Greenland ice cover
18th September, 2011 Planet Save New Times Atlas Turning Greenland Green
16th September, 2011 BBC News Cambridgeshire In pictures: UK's first Roald Amundsen exhibition
16th September, 2011 The Telegraph Follow in the steps of Captain Scott – for £185,000
14th September, 2011 Independent Joss Garman: Charting the long-term wellbeing of humankind
10th September, 2011 New Zealand Herald Spill an unstoppable disaster: Expert
2nd September, 2011 BBC News Cambridgeshire First Amundsen-South Pole exhibition opens in Cambridge
2nd September, 2011 Cambridge First Life of first man to reach South Pole subject of exhibition
2nd September, 2011 Cambridge News UK's first Amundsen exhibition celebrates extraordinary explorer
2nd September, 2011 University of Cambridge Research News UK’s first Amundsen exhibition celebrates extraordinary explorer
1st September, 2011 Culture 24 The Culture24/7: Science and Nature Picks for September 2011
1st September, 2011 The Scotsman Celebrating man who beat Scott to the Pole
30th August, 2011 Environmental Leader Modelling Glacier Melt and Runoff in Greenland and in the Nepal Himalaya
26th August, 2011 The Telegraph Andrei Kapitsa
14th August, 2011 msnbc.com How much will warming raise seas? Greenland ice is key
1st August, 2011 Fox News Undaunted, woman pioneer is off again over the ice
31st July, 2011 Canadian Business Undaunted, woman pioneer is off again over the ice
15th July, 2011 The Telegraph The heroic history of Robert Falcon Scott and his men
13th July, 2011 Northern News Services Spot o' tea for Kivalliq dolls
11th July, 2011 Saffron Walden Reporter Antartic explorer to introduce film at Saffron Screen
11th July, 2011 The Telegraph Antarctica holidays: gearing up for the last great adventure
28th June, 2011 The Telegraph Scott Centenary: where Britain is still in pole position
23rd June, 2011 The Telegraph Letters: Polar explorers who gave their lives to science
21st June, 2011 The Telegraph Robert Falcon Scott: Explorers inspire on stage and on ice
21st June, 2011 The Telegraph The Scott expedition: how science gained the pole position
19th June, 2011 Indian Country Aboriginal Dolls Hop Across the Pond
17th June, 2011 Laboratory Equipment Mini-Helicopter Over Antarctica
15th June, 2011 Cambridge News Cambridge museum misses out on £100,000 prize
13th June, 2011 BBC Front Row Front Row (BBC Radio 4) discussing SPRI's Art Fund Prize entry
13th June, 2011 Saffron Walden Weekly News Explorer at film of epic journey
6th June, 2011 CEPIC News Bridgeman now represents The Scott Polar Research Institute
20th May, 2011 Cambridge News Museum moves closer to prize
20th May, 2011 Cambridge News Cambridge museum moves step closer to £100,00 prize
12th May, 2011 BBC News Antarctic monument is unveiled in Cambridge
15th April, 2011 The Guardian Cold comfort: the Polar Museum, Cambridge
13th April, 2011 Cambridge News Video: Portillo praises work of the Polar Museum
12th April, 2011 Cambridge News Portillo visits city museum
1st April, 2011 Cambridge News Team faces 40-day trek to North Pole
31st March, 2011 Daily Mail Newspaper produced by Capt Scott's team as he battled his way back from the South Pole to go on sale
25th March, 2011 Cambridge News Pair endure 77-mile Arctic trek
21st March, 2011 Cambridge News Thousands take part in Science Festival events
10th March, 2011 BBC News Scott's granddaughter speaks about Antarctic journey
24th February, 2011 Cambridge News Video of the day: Getting ready for Arctic adventure
7th February, 2011 Cambridge News £100,000 hope as Polar Museum melts hearts
3rd February, 2011 BBC News Antarctica: Scott's granddaughter retraces his journey
3rd February, 2011 Independent Polar Museum nominated as Britain's best
2nd February, 2011 Cambridge News Scott granddaughter to visit Antarctic
18th November, 2010 The New York Times 36 Hours in Cambridge, England
10th November, 2010 Cambridge News (Business) The Scott Polar Research Institute
16th October, 2010 La Repubblica "La nuova guerra fredda?
5th October, 2010 Cambridge News Cool paintings by Aussie artist set to go on show
30th September, 2010 The New York Times Polar Ponies and Ice Dogs
29th July, 2010 Cambridge News Passport to adventure for Cambridge kids
13th June, 2010 The Scotsman No place for the Intrepid
9th June, 2010 Cambridge News Royal smiles break the ice on tour of polar exhibition
4th June, 2010 Cambridge News Doorway to polar institute's new look
4th June, 2010 The Sun Scott’s joker in the ice pack
4th June, 2010 The Times Scott explorer’s final lines: end is peaceful, it’s sleep in the cold
3rd June, 2010 Daily Mail Last diary from Scott's doomed South Pole expedition reveals horseplay and jokes before trip turned to disaster
3rd June, 2010 The Telegraph Diary from Captain Scott's polar expedition reveals high spirits of explorers
28th May, 2010 The New York Times One Man Won the Battle; the Other Won Hearts
18th May, 2010 Cambridge News Get set to Bridge the Gap in city
21st April, 2010 20minutos.es La Hospedería Fonseca en Salamanca acoge desde hoy la exposición 'Atrapados en el hielo' sobre la Antártida
23rd February, 2010 Reuters Climate change melts Antarctic ice shelves - USGS
22nd February, 2010 Environment News Service Ice Shelves on Antarctic Peninsula Melting Away, USGS Reports
31st January, 2010 Der Spiegel Gletscherprognose: Klimarat-Chef soll Panne verschwiegen haben
22nd January, 2010 Cambridge Treasure chest of historic items
22nd January, 2010 Dagens Nyheter FN-rapport om glaciärer felaktig
20th January, 2010 Der Spiegel UN Climate Experts Under Fire for Glacier Melt Error
18th January, 2010 India News World misled over glacier meltdown: Report
17th January, 2010 Nettavisen Ny klimaskandale trolig avslørt
8th January, 2010 Now News 「北極震盪」成因不明 台灣受「太平洋震盪」影響大
1st January, 2010 Cambridge News Leaders in their fields delighted to accept honours
15th December, 2009 Cambridge News The generations of adventurers drawn magnetically to the poles
27th November, 2009 BBC News Reliving Captain Scott's journey
27th November, 2009 This is Devon Scott's adventure relived on Twitter
27th November, 2009 TVNZ Dead explorer re-starts his expedition on Twitter
27th November, 2009 Varsity Antarctic Twittermania
26th November, 2009 Cambridge News Follow Scott's last log - as blog
30th October, 2009 Cambridge News William and Harry make two-day visit to Cambridge
13th October, 2009 developpementdurable.com Albert de Monaco récompense les actions en faveur de la planète
29th May, 2009 Fuel Alternative Guardian: Новое исследование природных богатств Арктики может спровоцировать международные споры
20th April, 2009 The Hindu Save Arctic before its too late, say experts
6th April, 2009 The Times Who reached the North Pole first?
3rd April, 2009 Environment News Service Antarctic Ice Shelf Disappears, Arctic Melting Rapidly
5th March, 2009 Tempo Interaktif Teka-Teki Gamburtsev
4th March, 2009 BBC News Images from polar trips go online
4th March, 2009 Cambridge News The polar heroes frozen in time
4th March, 2009 Resource Shelf 20,000 photos from 150 years of polar exploration available online
19th February, 2009 Bloomberg North Pole Explorers’ Arduous Trek to Prove Arctic Melt Speed
19th February, 2009 Cambridge News Early polar pictures start new life on web
19th February, 2009 Cambridge News Early polar pictures start new life on web
19th February, 2009 The Times Photographs of Captain Scott’s Antarctic expedition saved
29th January, 2009 Ambientum 'Atrapados en el Hielo' lleva la Antártida al Jardín Botánico de Madrid
22nd January, 2009 El Mundo Atrapados en el hielo
22nd December, 2008 Cambridge Network Christmas comes early for Scott Polar Research Institute after HLF award
20th December, 2008 Cambridge News Early present boosts polar museum plans
20th June, 2008 Cambridge News Transglobe explorer shares his treasures
19th June, 2008 BBC News Online Fiennes donates expedition record
18th June, 2008 BBC News Arctic sea ice melt 'even faster'
18th June, 2008 BBC News Online Arctic sea ice melt 'even faster'
31st May, 2008 BBC News Schoolboy first to 'name' iceberg
31st May, 2008 The Times Antarctic iceberg C19A renamed 'Melting Bob' by Max Dolan, 6
31st May, 2008 The Times Antarctic iceberg C19A renamed 'Melting Bob' by Max Dolan, 6
19th May, 2008 Times Scott Polar Research Institute challenge children to name enormous iceberg
6th May, 2008 Cambridge News Museum gets cash boost for Inuit art
19th April, 2008 Lenta В Великобритании объявлен конкурс на первое в истории название для айсберга
17th March, 2008 Cheers Magazine Melting of glaciers has doubled worldwide
16th March, 2008 BBC News Online Glaciers suffer record shrinkage
21st December, 2007 BBC News Historic penguin sketches found
21st December, 2007 Guardian Historic penguin sketches found in university basement
21st December, 2007 Sky News Explorers Scott And Shackleton's Penguin Drawings Found
21st December, 2007 The Telegraph Captain Scott's Antarctic penguin sketches
21st December, 2007 Times Discovery of Captain Robert Scott's chalk penguin
30th October, 2007 Cambridge Evening News Stunning pictures record epic adventures of polar explorer
26th October, 2007 WIP NASA Confirms This Year’s Arctic Ice Is the Lowest Ever Recorded: To Nobel Nominee the Consequences Are Real
24th October, 2007 Times Climate debate needs facts not alarmism
30th September, 2007 Cambridge News Stunning pictures record epic adventures of polar explorer
25th September, 2007 BBC News Oates' sleeping bag case for sale
18th August, 2007 Cambridge News Our sovereign rites at Pole
1st August, 2007 Live Science Russia Claims North Pole in Global Race for Oil
7th July, 2007 Kommersant Britain, Abkhazia Join the Dispute for Arctic Seabed
26th June, 2007 Cambridge Evening News Polar funds come through
4th May, 2007 Cambridge News Discover the past at great museums
28th April, 2007 Telegraph How South Georgia was recaptured
12th April, 2007 Cambridge News Prince's paintings on show
15th January, 2007 Telegraph Scott's lesson to us all
15th January, 2007 Telegraph Kathleen Scott's last letter to her husband
15th January, 2007 Telegraph Extracts of other Scott letters
11th January, 2007 Guardian 'We are in a very tight corner. I have doubts of pulling through'
11th January, 2007 IoLSciTech Scott of the Antarctic: Final words of a hero
11th January, 2007 Mirror Moving last letter from Scott of the Antarctic put on display
11th January, 2007 Sueddeutsche Robert Scotts letzter Brief
11th January, 2007 Sun Polar hero Scott's last letter
11th January, 2007 Telegraph Full of hope, Scott's wife wrote final love letter
11th January, 2007 The Guardian 'We are in a very tight corner. I have doubts of pulling through': Tragic explorer's final message to wife goes on display for the first time
11th January, 2007 Times In full - Captain Scott's final letter to his wife
11th January, 2007 Times Great Scott
11th January, 2007 USA Today Antarctic explorer's letters made public
10th January, 2007 BBC One TV BBC One TV feature (video)
10th January, 2007 Examiner Antarctic Explorer's Letters Made Public
10th January, 2007 Reuters Final "Scott of Antarctic" letters go on display
10th January, 2007 The Daily Mail Scott of the Antarctic's moving letters to wife go on show
10th January, 2007 Times Scott's final letter to wife goes on display
10th January, 2007 University of Cambridge website Captain Scott's final letters home go on display
29th May, 2006 Cambridge News Health of Arctic animals threatened by pollution
15th May, 2006 The Times Polar bear plight worsens as toxins reach the Arctic
24th February, 2006 BBC News Go-ahead for Europe ice mission
23rd February, 2006 Cambridge News Glaciers melting into the oceans
18th February, 2006 Calcutta Telegraph Fears of rising ocean in Greenland glacier rush
17th February, 2006 The Guardian Turning point warning as Greenland's ice disappears
16th February, 2006 BBC News Appearance by Julian Dowdeswell on BBC News, 16th February 2006 [Windows Media file]
16th February, 2006 Monsters and Critics Greenland's glaciers contribute to rising sea levels: study
16th February, 2006 The New York Times More Greenland Ice Flowing Into Sea, in Sign of Warming
6th October, 2005 Cambridge News The Scott chill factor
20th September, 2005 Cambridge News Chilly run tricky at the Pole
2nd August, 2005 Cambridge News Are you up to Polar trek?
20th November, 2004 Cambridge News And you think it's a bit nippy here now...
19th May, 2004 Cambridge News Institute loses leading figure after long illness
6th May, 2004 Cambridge News First glimpse of explorer's polar secrets
24th April, 2004 Cambridge News Institute fails in diary bid
22nd March, 2004 Cambridge News Mayor tours university museums
9th April, 2002 BBC News online Shackleton prose thawed out
31st March, 2002 Los Angeles Times Multimedia; Out of the Cold, Cold Past; For filmmakers and others, an ill-fated Antarctic quest has morphed into a modern parable
27th March, 2002 BBC News online Arctic ice 'melting from below'
2nd March, 2002 New Scientist Arctic melting will open new sea passages
4th January, 2002 BBC News online Concern over Antarctic cruise ships
25th September, 2001 BBC News online Shackleton papers 'saved for the nation'
18th September, 2001 BBC News online Shackleton auction concern
19th July, 2001 Daily Herald Best & brightest
22nd May, 2001 BBC News online Siberian city on brink of disaster
22nd May, 2001 BBC News online Flood reprieve for Siberian city
21st May, 2001 BBC News online Yakutsk: Robust permafrost capital
21st May, 2001 The Guardian As the world gets hotter, will Britain get colder?
13th May, 2001 The Telegraph Whether you want to wander round the historic colleges, or visit some of its many museums, Cambridge is full of attractions for the cost-conscious
4th May, 2001 BBC News online Arctic's big melt challenged
21st March, 2001 New Scientist Frozen over
19th February, 2001 BBC News online Global warming 'could melt Arctic'
7th December, 2000 BBC News online Arctic sea ice 'thins by almost half'
7th April, 2000 BBC News online New route breaks the ice
12th November, 1999 BBC News online Polar explorers items withdrawn from auction