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The Scott Polar Research Institute is an international centre for research into the polar regions and is also home to unrivalled resources of polar information and expertise, housing the world's largest polar library, Britain's only dedicated polar museum, and a national repository for polar archives that record some of the most memorable episodes in exploration of the Arctic an Antarctic. The Institute's Archives, Museum and Library provide members of the general public, as well as scientists, government bodies, industry and polar inhabitants with important information on a variety of polar topics, including climate change, management of natural resources and historical polar expeditions. Through both the publication of our research and by public outreach, the Institute helps to educate and inform a worldwide audience about the polar regions.

Friends of SPRI

The association of Friends provides individuals with a way of supporting the Institute's work. Funds are raised through subscriptions of varying levels to suit all pockets.

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Appeals

We need to ensure that the historic role of the Institute can be built upon through a series of projects to enhance its activities both within and beyond the University.

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Sponsors

Opportunities exist to support our scientific research and to enhance the accessibility and preservation of the heritage collections.

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Leave a legacy

Legacies help ensure the enhancement of the Institute's important work of investigating the polar regions and helping preserve and make accessible our world-leading collections.

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