An adventurer bidding to become the youngest woman to ski solo to the South Pole is raising funds for her trip in an unusual way – pledging to get a tattoo on her bottom in return for a £15,000 donation.
The yellow submarine dubbed Boaty McBoatface has returned from its first expedition with data which links increasing Antarctic winds to rising sea temperatures.
A Fife seabird expert has set off for Antarctica as part of a leadership programme aimed at women with science backgrounds.
A high-tech polar research station was the festive season base for a leading Angus scientist on a prestigious research fellowship charting the movement of mountains in one of the world’s most remote locations.
Dundee links remembered as ice explorers prepare to search for Shackleton’s stricken ship the Endurance
More than 100 years after the abandonment and loss of Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton’s ship the Endurance, a team of scientists are on the hunt for the stricken vessel at the bottom of the Weddell Sea. Michael Alexander reports.
A pioneering Polar scientist from Angus is Antarctica-bound once again after securing a prestigious international research award.
Angus scientist who led all-female Antarctic expedition becomes honorary fellow of Royal Geographic Society
A Carnoustie woman who was part of a successful all-female expedition to Antarctica has received a top honour.
An Angus scientist is one of a team of researchers who have discovered three vast canyons in one of the last places to be explored on Earth - under the ice at the South Pole.
A mystery surrounding one of the great Antarctic explorers has finally been solved, The Courier can reveal.
St Andrews University is leading research into the collapse of a massive Antarctic glacier.