Scientific Committee on Antarctic Research (SCAR)
Comité scientifique pour les recherches antarctiques
1958-02 The Hague Netherlands
Founded following a decision of the Executive Committee of H-XA1752 - International Council for Science (ICSU), Jul 1957. Currently functions within successor of ICSU: A-XM6956 - International Science Council (ISC).
Facilitate high quality international scientific research among member countries; promote collaboration; provide advice to the Antarctic Treaty System and other international bodies.
Events2022-09-05 | Hyderabad, India – Delegates Meeting
2022-08-01 | Goa, India – Open Science Conference
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