Research is the beating heart of Arctic Hub
Research in and around Greenland is at the center of everything we do in Arctic Hub. We try to make researching in Greenland as smooth as possible. And we work to create spaces where researchers can connect, institutions can collaborate, and researchers can exchange knowledge with the citizens of Greenland. We do this through dissemination, events, and guidance.
If you’re a researcher and you don’t know who else to turn to for help, you’re always welcome to get in touch with us.
Arctic Hub is working on how-to-guides to make it easy to get started with conducting research in Greenland. We hope you will find them helpful.
Research explained simply
“Science needs indigenous knowledge”
If you want your research to have an impact, you need to listen to the locals, says Vivi Vold.
Jennifer is keeping a close eye on the glacier
This can provide helpful knowledge to locals who use glaciers for skiing or snow scooter activities.
Silence can save narwhal
Turning down the volume on manmade activities can make a big difference, says Outi Maria Tervo.
New research from Greenland
Find out more about the inspiring work your peers are doing in Greenland.