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12 March 2021

Congratulations to Prof. John Church who was awarded the Jaeger Medal yesterday by the Australian Academy of Science.

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12 March 2021

Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Perkins-Kirkpatrick who was awarded the Dorothy Hill Medal yesterday by the Australian Academy of Science.

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22 February 2021

Congratulations to Margot Bador, a Post Doctoral Research Fellow at CCRC and at the Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes, who was awarded a...

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13 February 2021

CCRC's Prof. Jason Evans was recently voted as a Fellow of the Royal Society of NSW (FRSN). Congratulations!

He joins three other CCRC academic staff members:

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13 February 2021

CCRC's Prof. John Church is a co-author on a new Nature Communications publication. The study, just published on 12 Februray 2021, tackles the challenge of bridging the gap between past observations and future projections of sea level rise.

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8 February 2021

Congratulations to CCRC's Andrea Taschetto who accepted an invitation to join the...

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3 February 2021

Three of CCRC’s academic staff members are on the 2020 Clarivate Web of Science Highly cited researchers list (Lisa Alexander, Alex Sen Gupta and Matthew England)....

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3 February 2021

Three CCRC researchers, Prof. Alex Sen Gupta, Prof. Katrin Meissner and Prof. Andy Pitman, took part in an extensive study examining the ins and outs of the devastating 2019/2020 bushfires in South-East Australia.

As global warming forecasts sharpen, a climate sensitivity assessment study led by our Prof. Steven Sherwood was chosen by Science as one of the top ten breakthroughs in 2020.
20 December 2020

A study led by CCRC's Prof. Steven Sherwood is in the top 10 scientific breakthroughs in 2020, according to the famous journal Science....

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18 December 2020

Scientia Professor Matthew England has been recognised for his leadership in meteorology, oceanography and climate science.

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