I have a few bits of happy news! The BBC’s program Climate Change by Numbers on which I was one of the main scientific consultants has won the AAAS Science Journalism Award in the “in
Are you a details person? Do you love to lose yourself in little things? To read every footnote of a book, watch ants in a patch of grass, memorise every mole on a lover’s skin?
This is the script of my TEDxCERN talk, a 12-13 minute talk I did from memory. When the video is put online in a week or so, you’ll be able to follow along and see
I’m extremely happy to say that on the 1st October I’ll be taking up a lectureship at the Open University! I’ll be sad to leave Bristol. I’ve spent all my years as a climate scientist
We’ve had a new study published about the slippery slopes of Greenland. If we’re right they’re not as slippery – and therefore as worrying – as we first thought. Greenland’s ice sheet is not simply
I’m at home, groggy but happy after our Cheltenham Science Festival event yesterday, “Can we trust climate models?”. It was exhausting, fun, exciting, and long… I’ll write about the content of the event in future posts,
My project ice2sea is currently in the news. For example, the BBC: ‘Best estimate’ for impact of melting ice on sea level rise. Ice2sea is an enormous project, involving 24 institutions (such as universities and meteorological institutes),