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We’re thrilled to announce Professor Sarah Dance’s Royal Meteorological Society prize

The Adrian Gill Prize was awarded to Professor Sarah Dance for her world class research in data assimilation for hazardous weather and flood prediction. The full press release along with Sarah’s acceptance speech is on the RMetS 2020 awards page ...
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Can You Guess The Ingredients Of A Cake?

By: Amos Lawless “Mmm this cake is lovely, what’s in it?” “Try to guess!” How often have we had that response from a friend or colleague who is proud of the cake they have just baked? And we usually try ...
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New ECMWF strategy for machine learning

ECMWF have just published a strategy for machine learning for the next 10 years. The idea is to combine the best that data-driven approaches can provide with the strengths and physical understanding encapsulated in their existing forecasting systems. More details ...
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DARE contributes evidence to national flooding inquiry

by Tom Kent, University of Leeds Recently, the DARE team at the University of Leeds contributed written evidence to the UK Parliament’s flooding inquiry to inform policy on the Government’s approach to managing flood risk in England. The evidence, which ...
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