Laure Zanna receives the Nicholas P. Fofonoff Award of the American Meteorological Society

Posted on 1st August 2019

Laure Zanna has been award the Nicholas P. Fofonoff Award of the American Meteorological Society “For exceptional creativity in the development and application of new concepts in ocean and climate dynamics”. This award is conferred for exceptional creativity in the development and application of new concepts in ocean and climate dynamics. Read full article here […]

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Congratulations to Gideon Henderson on his appointment as the new Defra Chief Scientific Adviser

Posted on 12th July 2019

Professor Gideon Henderson has been appointed by Defra to be the department’s new Chief Scientific Adviser (CSA). Read full news >>

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‘Pride in STEM’ charity featured in Nature

Posted on 3rd July 2019

Congratulations to Jake Taylor whose contributions to Pride in STEM (and his picture) were featured in Nature. Thanks for supporting this important movement for equality! Read full article >>

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Prof Myles Allen talks to young people about the impact of climate change in new series of special reports on Sky News

Posted on 2nd July 2019

A climate apocalypse is far from inevitable. The voice of youth could be as powerful as any number of scientific papers. Watch Prof Myles Allen talking to climate strike participants in “Changing the Future | A New Climate”

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Congratulations to Duncan Watson-Parris, Thomas Hornigold and Christian Schroeder de Witt

Posted on 25th June 2019

Congratulations to Duncan Watson-Parris (AOPP) for winning the best paper award and to Thomas Hornigold (AOPP) and Christian Schroeder de Witt (Computer Science) who received an honourable mention for the best research proposal in the #ClimateAI session of the International Conference on Machine Learning 2019 in Long Beach. And congrats to our awardees: Best paper: […]

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