IARPC Collaborations

Accelerating the pace of Arctic research.

Collaboration fosters creativity. Here, scientists from Federal, State, academic, NGO, and industry organizations find talent, share their work, and team up to solve hard problems.

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Updates from you and your colleagues

Keep track of what fellow Arctic researchers are up to.

Read what others are working on or thinking—filtered by your areas of interest. Then contribute your own calls for proposals or new projects, research progress, recently released reports, or great thoughts.

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Find individuals and teams, read detailed profiles, including contact information and what people are working on. And invite others who you think should be participating. Find people and teams »

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Comprehensive calendar

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Look for upcoming events or find meeting notes and presentations from events you attended or missed.
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Easy-to-find documents

Any document posted to any part of the site can be found quickly.

You can search by title, topic, team, person, or date. Upload your own documents, so colleagues don't have to pore through their emails to find them.

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Wants/Haves bulletin board

Help your colleagues—or get help.

Maybe you want to know if anyone is putting gliders under the ice that you can attach a sensor to. Or would like help identifying an algae bloom. Maybe you have Icebreaker time you'd like to share. Or are an expert in mitigating effects of permafrost melting on native communities?

It’s about sharing resources to do more with less.

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Sara Bowden, IARPC Executive Secretary
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