Met Office celebrates ground-breaking science

Met Office celebrates ground-breaking science

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31 March 2015

As British Science Week gets underway the Met Office is celebrating the cutting edge work it carries out in the field of science.

Science Week is a ten-day programme of science, technology, engineering and math's (STEM) events and activities held across the UK aimed at people of all ages.

The Met Office is a centre for world-leading weather and climate science research aiding international collaboration on both academic and personal levels. It shares its expertise and knowledge with many scientists and meteorological services around the globe, and promotes the use of innovative climate-sensitive sustainability solutions to improve the way in which we live.

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