Stronger hurricanes that are re-energised by jet stream winds are twice as likely to cross the Atlantic and wreak havoc in Europe than weaker ones.
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science publishes six month review on engagement activities.
People who are neurodivergent can contribute in distinctive ways to science and the scientific community says Kevin Cowtan.
The Centre for Environmental Data Analysis are pleased to announce a new funding opportunity from the UKRI Net Zero Digital Research
Thousands of people are joining forces to track flying ants across the country. Anyone can take part by filling in a short online survey.
Better design, better tools, and a more inclusive culture will open up research for more disabled scientists, says Alyssa Paparella.
Record hot temperatures are causing significant changes to levels of harmful pollution in our air, according to new data.
To help us nurture a more inclusive science community, we asked people working across the National Centre for Atmospheric Science to tell us about thems...
Watch the moment that dramatic cloud formations take over clear skies above the Magdalena Mountains in New Mexico.
Reading Football Club feature Professor Ed Hawkins climate change graphic in next season's football shirt design.
This week, temperatures are expected to soar in UK heatwave, as warm weather becomes exacerbated by hot air moving upwards from Europe.
A team of scientists are heading to New Mexico to study deep convective clouds over the Magdalena Mountains, using the FAAM Airborne Laboratory.