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Finland pours money into Antarctic research

The Academy of Finland announced on 15 October that it has awarded €2.5 million to international research projects on Antarctic. Six projects received four-year grants ranging from €100,000 to €700,000.

The grant recipients include the Finnish Meteorological Institute and Aalto University, which will jointly study the impact of the thickness of the Antarctic ice sheet on ships. The institute will also lead a project developing meteorological models for the Antarctic.

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