Arctic Weekly Newsletter


🔹 Russian North-Western Universities Delegation Deepens Cooperation with India. On 4 February, a delegation of north-western Russian universities arrived in India to deepen ties and expand cooperation with research and analytical institutes of the Republic of India in high latitudes:

🔹 The International Winter School for Arctic Studies. The International Winter School for Arctic Studies took place in Veliky Novgorod, Russia. It brought together researchers and experts from China, Finland, Russia, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, and the USA. Young scientists and experts took part in five-panel discussions on topical issues of the Arctic region:

🔹Rosatom Tested an Unmanned Aerial Ice Reconnaissance System. Russia’s Rosatom and the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology successfully completed final tests of an ice reconnaissance complex based on an unmanned aerial vehicle. This complex will improve the safety of shipping as well as the economic efficiency of maritime cargo transportation in the Arctic:

🔹 Frost-Resistant Cables for the Arctic. The new development is designed for operation at temperatures from - 75 to +125 degrees Celsius, cable laying can be carried out without heating at - 60 degrees Celsius. Such characteristics are in demand primarily in the Far North, namely in liquefied natural gas plants. There are no analogs of the new products in the world market: