Guidance from the White House has mandated that researchers who receive federal funds must make their publications and data publicly available at no cost and without delay. What are the pitfalls and promises of making scientific results publicly available in Open Data for all?
A panel of eight NOAA federal employees and affiliates including three from WPO joined the University of Maryland American Meteorological Society (AMS) Student Chapter for a dynamic conversation on careers in NOAA!
In an era defined by information sharing and the free flow of knowledge, open science is the cornerstone upon which groundbreaking discoveries are made, innovations are fueled, and societies progress.
The NOAA Weather Program Office (WPO) is proud to announce the awards for the FY23 Notice of Funding.
The award total* for the 10 selected projects is: $4 M in cooperative agreements.
How do different racial and socioeconomic groups in the United States receive, understand, and respond to severe weather information?
WPO SSP is excited to share that through our partnership with UC Boulder’s Natural Hazard Center (NHC) there are currently two rolling calls for proposals: Tornado-Ready Research and Wildfire-Ready Research.
Hurricane Ian became the 15th billion-dollar disaster in 2022 spurring a newfound interest in forecast and risk communication in the media, and providing a real-world opportunity for WPO-funded critical forecast improvement research to take place.
Check out this Social Science Research-to-Applications (R2X) Seminar by Gina and Castle: After hearing community feedback at the WPO SBS Research to Operations (R2O) workshop, the WPO Social Science Program has been hard at work addressing your needs.
We are looking for reviewers for WPO’s FY23 Funding Opportunity: Pending the availability of FY23 funding, the WPO Social Science Program is planning for a funding opportunity and needs reviewers.