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Operator Thor Lossen looks back as he drives his tractor away from the staging area and begins the 1,000-mile journey to the South Pole. Hacking Science with Microscopic Photography
Features / Artists and Writers Program
Monday June 03, 2019

Ariel Waldman is a true renaissance woman. As an artist, author, innovation advisor, and scientist (often all at the same time) she built a career fueled by her passion for making science as accessible as possible. She spent five weeks in Antarctica collecting and photographing microorganisms that live in the glaciers, sea ice and ponds in the Dry Valleys and on Ross Island.
Inside the historic hut at Cape Royds, Shaun O'Boyle lines up his camera to capture the scene. The Aesthetics of Antarctic Architecture
Features / Artists and Writers Program
Thursday April 28, 2016

The current aesthetics of McMurdo station and its field camps are not likely to go down in history as great achievements of modern architecture. But for photographer Shaun O'Boyle, this weathered, utilitarian look was a part of what attracted him to Antarctica.

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