Meet the new chief: Nicole Webster’s journey from the tropics to Antarctica

Davis research station in Antarctica
Davis Station, Australia's southernmost research post on Antarctica, at 68° 34′ 35″ South. Credit: AAD / Peter Hargreaves

This marine scientist switched from coral to ice, thanks to a growing awareness of the role that scientific research can play in tackling the climate and biodiversity crises. So what can studying Antarctica tell us about our future?

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