The Weather and Climate Science for Service Partnership Programme comprises projects to develop partnerships harnessing UK scientific expertise to build the basis for strengthening the resilience of vulnerable communities to weather and climate variability, supported by the UK government's Newton Fund.
Royal visitor to CSSP China stand at UK-China Science and Innovation Forum - December 2017
The CSSP China team took part in the UK-China Science and Innovation Forum at the Royal Society, London, on 6 December. The event was hosted by the UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), and the Chinese Ministry of Science & Technology (MoST). It included the formal launch of the new UK-China Joint Strategy on Science, Technology and Innovation Cooperation by UK and Chinese Ministers.
|Chinese Vice Premier, Madame Liu Yandong, led the Chinese delegation. HRH Prince Andrew, Jo Johnson, UK Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, and John Loughhead, Chief Scientific Adviser at BEIS were also present. Prince Andrew and Jo Johnson were among the visitors to the CSSP China stand where they discussed climate, collaboration and the WCSSP Programme.|
Blog: Science exchanges foster collaboration and understanding - December 2017
As the UK-China Science and Innovation Forum was taking place, our CSSP China project manager shared stories from UK and Chinese scientists that have undertaken science exchanges as part of the project. Collaboration is a fundamental component of the Weather and Climate Science for Service Partnership programme.
CSSP China 2018 market engagement - November 2017
JANUARY 2018 EVENT - register now. In January we are holding a market engagement event around six upcoming CSSP China calls. The event will explore and discuss the themes, challenges and expectations of the research opportunities and attendees will be able to provide inputs to the content development of the research opportunities, directly question work package leads and learn more about bid and ODA best practice. To find out more about CSSP China and the proposed projects, visit our project pages. If you would like to attend, please email the programme team.
WCSSP Southeast Asia call - November 2017
CALL CLOSED: UK researchers were invited to apply for a Weather and Climate Science for Service Partnership research grant - Tropical Error Covariances for Data Assimilation. The project will focus on data assimilation in the tropics with an overall aim to improve weather forecasting over Southeast Asia. To learn more visit our research opportunities page
CSSP Brazil call - October 2017
CALL CLOSED: UK researchers were invited to apply for a research grant under the Climate Science for Service Partnership for Brazil. The ability of different modelling systems to represent the processes and drivers associated with sub-seasonal variations of rainfall over Brazil is of key interest to enable useful information to be gained from models on timescales from days to seasons to centuries. Submissions were sought on analysis of the processes and predictability of rainfall variability over Brazil in GCMs. To learn more visit our research opportunities page