Citizen Science Climate Weather Wildlife and weather in a changing climate 05 August 2021 How 300 years of citizen science is helping us understand the impacts of weather and climate change on our wildlife. Citizen Science Weather Flying Ant Day 09 July 2021 Did you know that rainfall radar can be hoodwinked by swarms of flying ants? Over several days each summer, we witness “Flying Ant Day” when ants take to the air to mate and disperse. Citizen Science The Weather Forecasting Game Returns! 07 June 2021 Calling all weather enthusiasts and wannabe forecasters! Citizen Science Breathing and Blowing 22 February 2021 A Do-It-Yourself Guide to Adiabatic Processes Citizen Science Science Experiments for Children - Air Pollution 19 August 2020 Dr Emily Shuckburgh OBE FRMetS - Director at Cambridge Zero has made another video of science experiments for children. This time the experiments are about air pollution. Citizen Science Weather Forecasting 'Fantasy League' Game 03 July 2020 Weather forecasting ‘fantasy league’ game lets players take on the experts! Citizen Science Lockdown Science Experiments for Younger Children 27 May 2020 Dr Emily Shuckburgh - Director at Cambridge Zero has created a video of science experiments aimed at younger children about the properties of ice and the impact of climate change. Citizen Science CloudCatcher - Citizen Science Project 20 May 2020 CloudCatcher is a beautiful new citizen science project on the Zooniverse app: here’s why you should take part! Citizen Science Temperature extremes in your garden 28 July 2017 Taking temperature measurements in your garden is a great way to start investigating microclimates. We take a look at some maximum-minimum thermometers on the market.