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For the people of NCAR, UCAR, and UOP Vol. 40, #10, November 2005

Telecommuting is part of a package of flexible work situations that boosts employee satisfaction while also reducing car emissions in the area.   More >

Heidi Godsil

New Scientists

New Scientists I have diverse interests
NCAR has hired six Scientists I as it continues to strengthen its junior scientist ranks. The hires represent the fourth major class of new scientists since 2001.  More >

 
Steve Sadler

UCAR takes avian flu precautions
As concerns grow worldwide about the possibility of an avian influenza pandemic, UCAR is taking several precautions to protect staffers.  More >

Staying Healthy

 
Will Piper

Random Profile: Will Piper
Retiring for the second and final time, Will is looking forward to post-retirement trips to Nova Scotia and Big Bend National Park in Texas for bird watching.  More >

 
AMS Awards

2006 AMS awards
A number of staffers have won awards and recognition from the American Meteorological Society (AMS) this year.  More >

 
Delphi Question

Delphi Question
Delphi confidentiality  More >

 
Sunrise project

Sunrise project
A team of scientists and engineers in HAO and EOL has built a 23-foot gondola as part of the Sunrise project.   More>

 

Students and EOL wind tunnel

About 60 second graders from Whittier International School in Boulder visited Foothills Lab on February 3. Among the highlights of their tour was experiencing a 60-mile-per-hour wind produced by EOL's wind tunnel (right). The students also saw demonstrations in the calibration and Raman-shifted Eyesafe Aerosol LIDAR laboratories, dropped in on the machine shop, checked out the TRAnsect Measuring system, and saw a weather balloon launch. "I wanted my son's class to get an inside look at NCAR and be exposed to scientific research tools that it wouldn't normally see," explains EOL's Steve Oncley, who arranged the visit. "The kids and parents who tagged along really enjoyed themselves."