Fifteen Million Years in Antarctica tells a personal story of time spent on Earth’s most mysterious and precious frontier. The book is a poignant and relatable reminder of the complexities of our wishes and the vulnerability of our ideals.
But it also reveals the strength that art and science, research and exploration can gift to us all. Rebecca Priestley discusses a life influenced by the frozen white continent with the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor, Juliet Gerrard.
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