Neumayer III in the Antarctic is no ordinary research station. It stands on hydraulic stilts, which allow the station to adjust to shifts of the ice. Researchers working at the German station stand to learn much about the Earth’s past and future.
Using the latest technology, scientists can measure the effects of climate change, record changes in the Earth’s magnetic field, and study how life adapts to extreme conditions. Tomorrow Today pays a visit to the world’s most modern polar station.