Two NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory researchers were recently recognized for their outstanding achievements in research and outreach.
The National Weather Association recently awarded the mPING development team for help the application has provided in meteorology.
The NOAA National Severe Storms Laboratory is proud to announce the American Meteorological Society named one of its senior research scientists a Fellow, recognizing his outstanding contributions to the atmospheric sciences during a substantial period…
During the spring, National Severe Storms Laboratory Research Scientist Adam Clark is usually in the NOAA Hazardous Weather Testbed. In fact, he has been a lead planner and facilitator of this groundbreaking experiment since 2010.…
NSSL’s Bob Rabin has been selected to receive the 2016 EEO/Diversity Award for Exemplary Service.
Linda McGuckin was selected as NOAA Employee of the Month for December 2015.
In mid-September, NSSL’s Dr. Harold Brooks was awarded the 2015 Nikolai Dotzek Award at the 8th European Conference on Severe Storms in Austria.
One of the highest awards presented within NOAA will be awarded to the NSSL team that developed Multi-Radar Multi-Sensor, a system that helps forecasters manage the flood of weather data available to them. Under Secretary…
In a White House ceremony this morning (April 15, 2014), NSSL/CIMMS scientist Adam Clark received the prestigious Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE).
NSSL’s Dusan Zrnic was awarded the 2010 Technology Transfer Award by NOAA for “developing a novel way to measure linear orthogonal polarimetric variables without a switch that was patented and transferred to the private sector producing significant savings in the implementation of commercial dual polarization radars.”