Posted 10:36 AM 2/26/2013 : MT scientists studying Weddell seals in Antarctica
BOZEMAN - One of the longest running research projects in Antarctica is the tracking of Weddell seals, and for the past 10 years, Montana State University scientists Jay Rotella and Bob Garrott have been taking graduate and undergrad students to the icy continent
Posted 10:35 AM 2/25/2013 : Researchers learning more about Antarctic penguins
BOZEMAN - Adelie penguins are Antarctica's cute ambassadors but MSU researchers say they also could be facing a huge threat.
Reporter Suzanne Philippus visited one of the Antarctic
Posted 11:46 AM 2/21/2013 : Project explores subglacial Antarctica lake
BOZEMAN - Scientists successfully drilled through 2,600 feet of ice into subglacial Lake Whillans under the Antarctic summer sun..
The Whillans Ice Stream Subglacial
Posted 10:27 AM 2/20/2013 : Montana scientists study ozone layer in Antarctica
BOZEMAN - A handful of Montana residents spend the winter in one of the loneliest places on earth, the South Pole.
Only about 50 people spend the winter there, but right now, during our winter, it's summer at the bottom of the world, and MTN reporter Suzanne Phillipus is just back from a
Posted 10:06 AM 2/18/2013 : MSU scientists take part in Antarctica research
BOZEMAN - Several Montana State University scientists recently returned from the summer research season in Antarctica.
MTN reporter Suzanne Philippus has a rare glimpse of what takes place on the ice at the bottom of the world.
A group left