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Tag Archives: STEM
Discovering women’s leadership potential in Antarctica
Alison Davies, a Met Office meteorologist, is one of 76 women scientists from across the world chosen for a challenging expedition to Antarctica. Working at RAF Leeming in North Yorkshire, Alison is one of only four women from the UK … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged Antarctica, climate science, Homeward Bound, leadership, Met Office, STEM Comments Off on Discovering women’s leadership potential in Antarctica
Science Camps in full swing
Over 50 students, aged between 11-13, arrived at the Met Office keen to learn about weather and climate science, for the second of this year’s Science Camps! During the Science Camps students take part in demonstrations and hands-on activities, while … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged clouds, learning, Met Office, rain, science camp, STEM, Students, UK, weather Comments Off on Science Camps in full swing
A celebration of women in science and meteorology
Whether it’s working at the cutting edge of climate or meteorological science, or forecasting and informing the public and our customers about the changing dynamics of the weather, women are at the heart of the Met Office and meteorology. The … Continue reading
Met Office Science Camps a huge success
Over 200 secondary school pupils have taken part in four Met Office Science Camps this year. The overnight camps, held at Met Office HQ in Exeter, provided a unique opportunity for 11-13 year old to join in a selection of … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged climate science, Met Office, schools, science, science camp, STEM 4 Comments
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