On Monday 12 June at 7pm, we will welcome Dr Beth Healey to St Peter’s School, to deliver a lecture entitled ‘White Space’, as part of York Festival of Ideas.
Concordia Station, Antarctica, is a spaceflight research hub, nicknamed 'White Mars', due to its isolation, altitude, low light levels and skeleton crew. Beth has recently returned from a year-long mission there investigating the effects of this extreme environment on the overwinter crew.
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About the speaker
Dr Beth Healey, is a UK trained doctor who has recently returned from Antarctica where she was working as a researcher for the European Space Agency at spaceflight analogue Concordia ‘White Mars’. A fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and patron of Expedition Medicine with an interest in polar environments, she has worked as part of logistical and medical support teams for ski mountaineering expeditions and endurance races in Svalbard, Greenland, Siberia and at the North Pole.