We are promoting ways to improve mental health and support wellbeing in the atmospheric science community.
We are sharing with staff and colleagues across the atmospheric science community an overview of why Black History Month is important.
Ways to include and endorse people who are LGBTQIA+ in science, and contribute to creating a more inclusive research environment.
Researchers tracked air pollution emissions across North America as part of a six-week study in Toronto.
Scientists used biofuel-powered weather radar for the first time this summer, to observe stormy conditions in a more environmentally sustainable way.
The FAAM Airborne Laboratory now has the capability to share live weather data as it flies, directly to the Met Office for use in weather forecasting.
Agricultural flash droughts are set to double in frequency for parts of Europe, South America and Africa in the coming decades with climate change.
Air quality scientists demonstrate that the most deprived areas in England experience the highest levels of air pollution emissions.
Large-scale dust storms in Southern Alaska have a bigger than expected impact on the global climate system.
We asked researchers at the National Centre for Atmospheric Science to explain what typhoons are, and what effect climate change is having on them.
Researchers have successfully implemented a forecasting tool to assess the risk of droughts occurring across Africa.
The FAAM Airborne Laboratory commissioned BAE Systems to complete a Computational Fluid Dynamics analysis project, which visualises the research aircraf...