PRISM Project

Research

Scientists and engineers at the University of Kansas are applying their expertise to develop and utilize innovative radar and robotic rovers to measure ice thickness and determine bedrock conditions below the ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica. They are doing this through the auspices of a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and NASA. This grant has been named PRISM (Polar Radar for Ice Sheet Measurements).

Additional Information

Latest Tweets

RT : New gallery take a look at NSF's Science and Technology Centers. These centers conduct innovative, int… https://t.co/nUw1zmK9H8
RT : A closer look at the nation's Science and Technology Centers fostering new knowledge and tech:… https://t.co/VHr7Q6R73v
This photograph, taken by CReSIS's own Hara Madhav Talasila during a 2017 deployment, appears in this gallery from… https://t.co/c5JoGMZ5bw

Events

No upcoming events