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Sir Ernest Shackleton’s HMS Endurance set sail for the Antarctic 100 years ago today

August 8, 2014

On the 8th August 1914 Sir Ernest Shackleton’s expedition ship HMS Endurance set sail from Plymouth, England, to Buenos Aires en route to the Antarctic Peninsula. This was the beginning of his fated Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition 1914–17 during which his ship sank having been crushed by sea ice. He and his crew battled across sea […]

Sucessful Polar conference in Delhi, India

March 21, 2012

Although penguins and polar bears do not mix, the International Conference on the Science and Geopolitics of the Arctic and Antarctic, held in Delhi, India, 9th-11th March 2012, attracted representatives involved in both poles to a very productive and stimulating event. Prof. John M. Reynolds, MD of Reynolds International Ltd, was invited to give a […]

Paper presentation at the International Conference on the Science and Geopolitics of the Arctic and Antarctic

February 20, 2012

Prof. John M. Reynolds, MD of Reynolds International Ltd, will be presenting a paper entitled ‘Comparison and replicability of Ground Penetrating Radar surveys for detailed glaciological investigations between the polar and Himalayan regions’ at the International Conference on the Science and Geopolitics of the Arctic and Antarctic, 9-11th March 2012, New Delhi, India, which was […]

Meeting at the NCAOR

December 20, 2011

Prof. John M. Reynolds, MD of Reynolds International Ltd, was invited to attend a meeting at the National Centre for Antarctic and Ocean Research (NCAOR), Goa, India, on the 16th December 2011, as part of project development in conjunction with ASA Heli Aviation, New Delhi India. As part of the visit Prof. Reynolds was given […]