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25 September 2017

Have you ever felt hot but wondered whether it was just you? Have you been reading too much climate change news and are afraid you're now biased to think every other day is unusually hot?

Antarctic wave flow web
22 September 2017

Image produced by Stuart Ramsden from NCI’s Vizlab

Jordan byJjulien Lavallee Unsplash
22 September 2017

While temperatures are expected to rise in most regions of the world as a consequence of global warming, the amount by which hot extremes increase shows strong regional differences.

25 August 2017

Congratulations to Melissa Hart, Angela Maharaj and Giovanni Di Virgilio, for being awarded a $500k citizen science grant from the federal government for the Sydney schools weather and air quality network (SWAQ network).

14 July 2017

Lisa Alexander has been awarded the 2017/18 World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) Commission for Climatology Outstanding Service award.

Matt England 2 square
14 July 2017

The prestigious Tinker-Muse Prize for Science and Policy in Antarctica for 2017 has been awarded to chief investigator Professor Matthew England in recognition of his outstanding research, leadership and advocacy for Antarctic science.

13 July 2017

Kate Simmonds has been awarded a competitive position aboard the RV Investigator later this year as part of the first Collaborative Australian Postgraduate Sea Training Alliance Network (CAPSTAN) voyage.

30 June 2017

Up to two prestigious Scientia PhD scholarships are available at the Climate Change Research Centre, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, for the following project:


23 June 2017
The official ICP13 website is now live. Please mark the date and keep an eye on it during the coming months as more information will be added over time....
23 June 2017

A new PhD top-up scholarship (up to 10k p.a.) has been advertised for candidates successful in gaining an Australian government Research Training Program (RTP) or International equivalent PhD scholarship.