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Roth·er·a

(roth'ĕr-ah),
Arthur C.H., English biochemist, 1880-1915. See: Rothera nitroprusside test.
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He is involved with the British Antarctic Survey, and is presently based at the Rothera Research Station, where he and his team are researching lipid productivity in algae for biodiesel production.
The adventurous duo, who are based at the Rothera Research Station while working for the British Antarctic Survey, then dashed back inside to avoid getting hypothermia in the freezing conditions.
Flags will also be raised at the Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula, and at the Halley VI Research Station on the Brunt Ice Shelf, as well as King Edward Point and Bird Island in South Georgia.
The existing sewage treatment plant at Rothera Research Station, Adelaide Island, Antarctica is close to the end of its useful life.
Pictured is the Rothera research station, left, and work is carried out at the Halley station, above
The Police, Alicia Keys and Keith Urban head the lineup at the New Jersey concert, one of eight concerts being staged Saturday across seven continents in addition to special broadcasts from the To-ji Temple in Kyoto and the Rothera Research Station in Antarctica, among other surprises.
Special broadcast events will take place from the To-ji Temple in Kyoto, Japan, and the Rothera Research Station in Antarctica.
Small acoustic tags will be attached to the fish at the BAS Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula.
Coroner Nick Sanders praised colleagues from the British Antarctic Survey's Rothera Research Station who pulled her from the water and tried in vain for an hour to revive her.
She had been researching for the British Antarctic Survey at its Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula for more than a year.
She had been researching for the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) at its Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula for a year.
She had been carrying out research for the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) at its Rothera Research Station on the Antarctic Peninsula for more than a year.