Researchers at the Tomsk Polytechnic University (TPU) have developed motor fuel resistant to freezing even at -70°С. The technology they have created is distinguished by simplicity and relatively low cost, which will make it possible for remote northern settlements and businesses to be self-sufficient in terms of fuel for transportation and power generation.   

The ArcticXpert software, which can simulate the behavior of building foundations in the permafrost, will be presented at the Ammosov Northeastern Federal University this fall.

Between February 1 and 14, over 1,500 applications were filed as part of the Arctic Hectare program.

Russia plans to make the elliptical Arktika-M hydrometeorological system part of the COSPAS-SARSAT international space search-and-rescue system. Participants in the annual 35th meeting of the COSPAS-SARSAT Joint Committee (OK-35) discussed the system’s operation and its future plans.

Specialists of the Moscow Aviation Institute and the Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics (the Russian Academy of Sciences) designed the Tsymlyanin unique unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) for meteorology studies and weather monitoring in the Arctic latitudes. The vehicle has passed flying trials, the Aviation Institute’s press service told TASS on Thursday.