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.

The North Pole self-propelled ice-resistant platform for round-the-year comprehensive scientific research in high latitudes is to set out on its maiden voyage next year. Researchers are to receive the platform in March 2022. 

The crews of Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-31BM Foxhound fighters and their warplanes serving with a detached combined air force regiment have been rotated at the Northern Fleet’s Rogachyovo airfield on Yuzhny Island following the first one-month tour of duty to guard Russian Arctic state borders under an experimental combat duty program.

Nevskoye Design Bureau is working on floating airfields for cargo, rescue and military aircraft in the Arctic.

Researchers at the Tomsk State University (TSU), jointly with colleagues from the Institute of High Current Electronics (IHCE) of the Russian Academy of Sciences have developed a monomeric coating that can protect electronic equipment from rust and changes in temperature of  –196 to +130 degrees.  

The Ministry for Development of the Far East and the Arctic has proposed expanding land boundaries of the Arctic zone by incorporating territories in the Arkhangelsk Region, Karelia, Komi and the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

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