A summer of science - ASC 2019
This year the UK Atmospheric Science Conference is at the University of Birmingham, hosted jointly by NCAS and the Royal Meteorological Society.
Atmospheric science has never been more relevant to society. The ASC aims to showcase the latest developments across the breadth of the field, in a way that demonstrates how disciplines are coming together and working towards understanding changes in our atmosphere and how they affect the world we live in.
The latest conference programme is available to view now. You can also download the full list of speaker biographies and the view the oral abstracts.
Introducing the new NCAS non-executive directors
NCAS is delighted to announce that it has appointed three new non-executive directors - Dr Mary E Black, Belinda Howell and Sir Graham Stacey - to the NCAS Management Board.
Do we expect hotter summers in Europe?
The hot temperatures forecast for central Europe this week could break records for June. The heatwave is caused by an area of high pressure in the atmosphere, which leads to clear skies over Europe but also brings up hot air from northern Africa. Forecasts suggest the heatwave could last until the weekend (29-30 June).
But can we expect hotter summers across Europe in future, and what is the role of climate change? NCAS scientist Professor Len Shaffrey explains.
Speakers Announced for UK Atmospheric Science Conference 2019
The National Centre for Atmospheric Science and the Royal Meteorological Society are proud to release the full programme for the UK Atmospheric Science Conference 2019.
The conference is a unique two-day event that is gaining influence in the global science community. On 2nd and 3rd July, experts will share emerging research in climate change, air pollution and weather, through over 50 talks, lively poster and workshops sessions.
This year, the UK Atmospheric Science Conference plays host to some of the most exciting researchers from around the world. There are representatives from the UK Met Office, Public Health England, National Climate Information Centre as well as leading UK universities and the National Centre for Atmospheric Science.