Monthly Archives: August 2014

Mysterious Siberian crater attributed to methane

An article has been published in Nature on a 30-metres wide crater that was spotted by a helicopter pilot flying over an area in the Yamal peninsula. The Russian team who have been carrying out initial research on this discuss what may have caused this crater to form. The arcticle has been written by Katia […]

SYNTHESIS 3 – Access call 2 is now open

SYNTHESYS is back – funding available for short research visits. New Call Deadline: 16th October, 2014 (17:00 UK time). The SYNTHESYS Office is pleased to announce the second call for applications of the SYNTHESYS3 project under the current European Commission’s FPVII European-funded Integrating Activities funding scheme. SYNTHESYS Access funding is available to provide scientists (Users) […]