Transatlantic Science Week was held this week in Toronto , Canada from October 27-29.
The annual event is organized to promote cooperation between Canada, Norway and the United States on issues around research and higher education.
This year, the focus was on challenges and opportunities in the Arctic, with discussions on everything from climate and indigenous issues, to resource development and safety.
This year’s conference also put pan-Arctic cooperation in the spotlight.
Related stories from around the North:
Canada: Canadian web documentary highlights Arctic science, Eye on the Arctic
Finland: Northern lights could be visible from southern Finland this weekend, Yle News
Iceland: NASA satellite imagery reveals the Arctic at night, Blog by Mia Bennett
Sweden: Swedish space experiment successful, Radio Sweden
United States: Auroral research rocket blasts into space from Alaska range, Alaska Dispatch News