In the collaborative EMS2021 Future Science Café, inspired by the rapid developments in remote collaboration forced upon us by the COVID-19 pandemic, we reflected on the sustainability of everyday academic practices and imagined what a future world might look like.[more]
Kirien Whan from KNMI in the Netherlands and Kate Saunders from Queensland University of Technology have won the first prize of 25,000 Euro. Their idea, Second Wind: Extending the official wind gust record with citizen science observations, is to use citizen observations of wind gusts,[more]
The EMS Outreach and Communication Award 2021 is presented to the project “The benefits of using TV meteorologists as climate change communicators”, established by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute. The main objective of the project is to integrate research-based climate material into weather presentations [more]
Pioneering urban meteorologist is the first female recipient of the Symons Gold Medal. Sue Grimmond’s nomination recognises her research excellence in understanding urban climates, her outstanding contribution to improving the environment in cities around the world, and the selfless fostering of young researchers.[more]
The MeteoXchange project aims to become a new platform with networking opportunities for young atmospheric scientists from all over the world. Virtual events, so called MeteoMeet, are offered on a regular basis[more]
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