A team of scientists are presently doing research in the the world’s most claustrophobic lab, which is located in a tunnel two hundred metres below a Norwegian glacier. The glacier laboratory is owned and operated by the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate (NVE)
Research activity takes place mainly in the winter when there is little water under the glacier.
During their stay under thick glacier ice they will blog at ScienceNordic.
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