Vienna Scientific Instruments is happy to confirm that the "FutureArctic" project within the EU call H2020-MSCA-ITN-2018 was accepted for funding. Many thanks to the consortium leaders at University of Antwerp for excellent coordination during proposal phase! We are looking forward to collaborate with 14 partner organisations in this great project - pushing forward our knowledge on C cycles in arctic ecosystems and contributing to the cross-sectoral training of a future generation of European researchers! Within the consortium, VSI will lead efforts to automatise root imaging in situ under arctic climates and to develop new methodologies to facilitate automatic root segmentation using hyperspectral imaging in minirhizotron studies. Read more about the project FutureArctic.