Fuchs Foundation Antarctic Expedition 2007

The Fuchs Foundation would like to inspire future younger generations by sending young teachers into the Polar Regions so that they can carry out scientific projects in situ, and therefore in a hostile environment.


Below are all the news we published about the Fuchs Foundation Antarctic Expedition 2007 expedition

  • The teachers have gone home

    Published on 27.12.2007

    After the traditional wait for a plane at Patriot Hills, the team from the Fuchs Foundation was finally able to fly out to Punta on 18th December.

  • Back to Patriot Hills !

    Published on 17.12.2007

    The wonderful experience enjoyed by the teachers of the Fuchs Foundation expedition has now reached its conclusion and they are waiting to go home.

  • She Who Seeks, Finds…

    Published on 08.12.2007

    The party of British schoolteachers is struggling because they are mere beginners in the art of travelling across the terrain in the Antarctic. But despite that, their scientific endeavours are turning out to be extremely successful!

  • Teachers learn how to survive in the Antarctic

    Published on 25.11.2007

    This is the only expedition with an unusual twist scheduled for this southern summer season 2007-08. Made up of a team of teachers, the aim of the adventure is to have them live (and survive) some extremely out-of-the-ordinary conditions...

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