Extreme microbes in salty Arctic water could aid search for life on Mars

What Polar Bear Genomes May Reveal About Life in a Low-Ice Arctic

Life Has Been Found in a Low-Oxygen, Super-Salty, Sub-Zero Arctic Spring

Scientists demonstrate, for the first time, that microbial communities found living in Canada's High Arctic, in conditions analogous to those on Mars, can survive by eating and breathing simple inorganic compounds of a kind that have been detected on Mars

Melting Arctic ice could transform international shipping routes, study finds

Melting ice could open up an Arctic Sea route not controlled by Russia

Newly documented population of polar bears in Southeast Greenland sheds light on the species' future in a warming Arctic

Space Force delivers first of two U.S. payloads to launch on Space Norway’s arctic broadband mission

Killer Whale Populations Are Invading the Arctic – Unlocking Secrets From Their Blubber

Inside an Arctic Expedition, Natural History of Fragrance, Essays on Places in Peril, and More

Million-Year-Old Arctic Sedimentary Record Sheds Light on Climate Mystery That Has Puzzled Scientists

If Sea Ice Melts in the Arctic, Do Trees Burn in California?

The changing habitats and behaviour of beavers as they move further north into the Arctic Circle will be examined in a new study. Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge has been granted £553,491 to investigate the mammals' impact as they move northwards.

Are new carbon sinks appearing in the Arctic?

Donors Pledge $41 Million to Monitor Thawing Arctic Permafrost

The global 'plastic flood' reaches the Arctic

The Global “Plastic Flood” – Even the High North Arctic Ocean Can’t Escape Microplastic Pollution

Million-year-old Arctic sedimentary record sheds light on climate mystery

Prominent Biofluorescence Discovered in Arctic Fish

Solid aerosols found in Arctic atmosphere could impact cloud formation and climate