Innovation Showcase Behind the science

Trees of light

Harry Carstairs, University of Edinburgh

Mapping Antarctic cavities

Tom Jordan, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), (Geology and Geophysics Team)

Project SNOWFALL

Hamish Pritchard, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), (Ice Dynamics and Paleoclimate team)

ARCHER2: Facilitating world-class climate research.

Tracy Peet, University of Edinburgh

Monitoring ocean salinity from space

Encarni Medina-Lopez, University of Edinburgh

Measuring the air we breathe

William Bloss, University of Birmingham

Robots delivering sustainable ocean monitoring

James Fishwick, Plymouth Marine Laboratory

Sci-fi forest travels to 2050

Sami Ullah, Birmingham Institute of Forest Research (BIFoR) at the University of Birmingham

Four possible climates in 2100

Jeremy Walton, Met Office Hadley Centre for Climate Sciences and Services

Vanishing landscapes

Roberto Fernandez, Energy & Environment Institute, University of Hull

Discovering our future: Antarctica

Jon Ager / Livia Oldland, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), (Antarctic Infrastructure Modernisation Programme)

Emperor penguins on thin ice

Peter Fretwell, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), (Mapping and GIS Information Centre)

Tracking blue carbon

Terri Souster, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), (Biodiversity, Evolution and Adaptation Team)

Of Giants And Kings

Norm Ratcliffe, British Antarctic Survey

Where is the cleanest air?

William Bloss, University of Birmingham

Penguin Metropolis

Nathan Fenney, British Antarctic Survey (BAS)

The Place-based Carbon Calculator

Malcolm Morgan, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds

Martian X Antarctic Drill

Julius Rix, British Antarctic Survey, Ice Dynamics and Palaeoclimate and Antarctic Marine Engineering teams

Land cover mapped by Space Intelligence

Murray Collins, University of Edinburgh

Measuring biomass with satellite data

Cecile Simonis, University of Edinburgh

Mapping Antarctic cavities

Tom Jordan, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), (Geology and Geophysics Team)

ARCHER2: Facilitating world-class climate research.

Tracy Peet, University of Edinburgh

Measuring the air we breathe

William Bloss, University of Birmingham

Sci-fi forest travels to 2050

Sami Ullah, Birmingham Institute of Forest Research (BIFoR) at the University of Birmingham

Vanishing landscapes

Roberto Fernandez, Energy & Environment Institute, University of Hull

Emperor penguins on thin ice

Peter Fretwell, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), (Mapping and GIS Information Centre)

Of Giants And Kings

Norm Ratcliffe, British Antarctic Survey

Penguin Metropolis

Nathan Fenney, British Antarctic Survey (BAS)

Martian X Antarctic Drill

Julius Rix, British Antarctic Survey, Ice Dynamics and Palaeoclimate and Antarctic Marine Engineering teams

Farming from space: sustainability of cropland management

Andrew Revill, University of Edinburgh

Trees of light

Harry Carstairs, University of Edinburgh

Project SNOWFALL

Hamish Pritchard, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), (Ice Dynamics and Paleoclimate team)

Monitoring ocean salinity from space

Encarni Medina-Lopez, University of Edinburgh

Robots delivering sustainable ocean monitoring

James Fishwick, Plymouth Marine Laboratory

Four possible climates in 2100

Jeremy Walton, Met Office Hadley Centre for Climate Sciences and Services

Discovering our future: Antarctica

Jon Ager / Livia Oldland, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), (Antarctic Infrastructure Modernisation Programme)

Tracking blue carbon

Terri Souster, British Antarctic Survey (BAS), (Biodiversity, Evolution and Adaptation Team)

Where is the cleanest air?

William Bloss, University of Birmingham

The Place-based Carbon Calculator

Malcolm Morgan, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds

Land cover mapped by Space Intelligence

Murray Collins, University of Edinburgh

Measuring biomass with satellite data

Cecile Simonis, University of Edinburgh

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