The ROICE expeditions are organised by the Department for Arctic and Antarctic Research of the National Institute of Research & Development for Biological Sciences, in partnership with Korea Polar Research Institute (KOPRI). The teams of Romanian researchers will be located during the expedition at the King Sejong Korean Station, on the King George Islands in West Antarctica.
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ROICE 2015 – Partners and sponsors
For the ROICE 2015 expedition, the partners and sponsor which we are grateful to have on board are:
The Korean Polar Research Institute – KOPRI (partner)
Korea Polar Research Institute (KOPRI) was founded in 1987, as a government supported research institute, specializing in polar sciences and as the operator of the Korean Antarctic Research Programme (KARP). KOPRI has the largest research infrastructure in this field, in the world.
Vision KOPRI – World’s Center in the Polar Research field.
Its main mission is developing a global program that includes scientific research, studies and long-term observations that will address key points, of global or fundamental importance, requiring access in Antarctica / Arctic and the adjacent areas.
The partnership between the two institutions is conducted in the spirit of the Antarctic Treaty and the Madrid Protocol.
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