1. UCAR Foundation board targets commercialization of new research

    As the foundation continues its focus on commercialization of research, it welcomes a new chair and two new members to its board of directors.

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  2. Flipping the classroom paradigm

    The urge to transform higher education through online technology is making its way into atmospheric science. Benefits as well as pitfalls came to light as faculty on the front lines of experimentation shared notes in a UCAR-hosted forum last month.

    • Education + Outreach

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  3. Map of land/ocean temperatures, departures from average, Feb 2014

    Burning questions about winter cold

    There's major disagreement among scientists on exactly what might be causing a tendency toward colder winters over the last few years in places like the central and eastern United States, Europe, and Russia.

    • Climate

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  4. Ozone concentrations above the Arctic in March 2011

    Chlorine makes a comeback

    A circulation change has boosted concentrations of hydrogen chloride (HCl), the main reservoir of chlorine in the stratosphere, by several percent over much of the Northern Hemisphere since 2007.

    • Air Quality

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  5. Participants in Super Science Saturday

    Super Science Saturday - November 8

    The popular day of science and family fun at NCAR's Mesa Lab focuses this year on how we measure the weather.

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