Arctic science needs more Inuit, Greenlandic scientists say

More young Inuit should consider becoming scientists, Parnuna Egede, who recently completed her graduate studies in biology, and Minik Rosing, a world-famous geologist, both of Greenland, said at a conference in Copenhagen earlier this month. Rosing, 53, says young Inuit scientists can be “ahead of the game” because they’re able to tap into a vast pool of knowledge about the Arctic. Read the story here.