- Wintertime flow of Blood Falls caught on camera for the first timeon May 2, 2022
Researchers have caught a wintertime release of brine from Blood Falls on camera for the first time, but the exact cause of the Read more →
- Antarctic microbe produces potential cancer-fighting drugon April 18, 2022
Researchers map the genetic machinery behind a natural anti-cancer compound from Antarctica for the first time
- Ocean giants' appetites are larger than we thoughton April 11, 2022
Blue whales eat seven Space Shuttles worth of food every year, new research finds
- Forever chemicals lingering in Antarctic marine mammalson March 28, 2022
New research finds Antarctic seals and killer whales still have persistent organic pollutants stored in their blubber, despite Read more →
- Antarctic fossils shed new light on the lives of ancient amphibianson March 21, 2022
Fossils of extinct amphibians found in Antarctica are helping paleontologists reconstruct how these ancient creatures once roamed Read more →
More Antarctica News
- Birding club documents frequent flyers around McMurdo Stationon May 23, 2022
Birdwatchers used their free time to catalog the birds calling Hut Point Peninsula their home.
- 'The Nutcracker' Comes to McMurdoon May 9, 2022
Residents of McMurdo Station experienced a one-of-a-kind performance earlier this year: a reimagining of The Nutcracker ballet.
- Tug of War builds camaraderie between Americans and New Zealanderson April 4, 2022
A friendly competition brings Antarcticans from neighboring bases closer together for fun and games at the Governor General's Cup.
- Looking back at McMurdo's historyon February 28, 2022
On Wednesday, January 19, McMurdo staff organized the annual one-night-only pop-up museum in the station's galley, displaying Read more →
- Making music at McMurdo provides a taste of homeon October 18, 2021
Living and working in Antarctica can be challenging, but the staff at McMurdo Station use music to build friendships, express Read more →
- Station Updates: April 6, 2020on April 6, 2020
Occasional updates on the events and operations at McMurdo, South Pole, and Palmer stations.
- Comicson December 11, 2014
Take a walk on the lighter side of life in the Antarctic with the latest wit and wisdom from USAP participants on the Ice.
- Vessels Update: Friday, November 9, 2012on November 9, 2012
The latest news aboard the USAP research vessels.
- Cold Hard Factson May 11, 2009
There's more to know about Antarctica than it being the coldest, windiest, highest and harshest continent on Earth.
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