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Arctic Research Centre

Arcum offers a research environment where collaboration within project management, publications, supervision, international networks, seminars and strategic planning. With a substantial number of affiliated researchers at Umeå University the centre assembles a strong research environment with national proficiency in extensive research areas.

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27th August: Arctic Five live in Tromsø
27th August: Arctic Five live in Tromsø

Live from the University of Tromsø, The Arctic Five presents: Challenges for a changing Arctic.

Massive Open Online Course on Northern Québec
Massive Open Online Course on Northern Québec

A new online course is now available for registration on the subject of Québec, an Arctic province in Canada.

Affiliated Marcus Klaus published in new article
Affiliated Marcus Klaus published in new article

Umeå researchers uses sound recordings to estimate how fast gases exchange between air and water.

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Third workshop concluded in Arctic5 pedagogy project
Third workshop concluded in Arctic5 pedagogy project

Joint Online Master Course on the Arctic Inclusive Pedagogy aims to develop a common curriculum.

Ekaterina Zmyvalova reports from fieldwork in Russia
Ekaterina Zmyvalova reports from fieldwork in Russia

Affiliated postgraduate student Ekaterina Zmyvalova has done fieldwork about Sami languages in Russia.

New interview: The climate needs us to think anew, with Annika Nordlund
New interview: The climate needs us to think anew, with Annika Nordlund

Arcum affiliated researcher Annika Nordlund studies connections between psychology and the climate crisis.

Affiliated researcher Jing Helmersson reports from Shanghai
Affiliated researcher Jing Helmersson reports from Shanghai

Jing Helmersson represented Arcum at two conferences held in Shanghai, China.