News & Events

10 September 2024 - 12 September 2024

Event

UK Earth Observation Conference 2024

The National Earth Observation Conference 2024 will be taking place on 10th-12th September 2024 at National Stem Centre in York.

The conference will bring together the UK Earth Observation community across research, government and industry. The face-to-face event will provide a unique opportunity to engage with key stakeholders and leaders in the sector and include presentations, posters, exhibitions, workshops and networking throughout.

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11 July 2024

Event

Earth Observation DataHub End User and Stakeholder Forum July 2024

This event will update stakeholders and potential users on the path to system deployment and availability.

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12 June 2024

News

NCEO scientists at the University of Leeds contribute to the Global Nitrous Oxide Budget 1980-2020 which exposes alarming measurements

Global emissions of nitrous oxide (N2O), a powerful greenhouse gas, continue to rise unabated, largely driven by unsustainable practices in global food production and growing food demand

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6 June 2024

News

NCEO/DARC Data Assimilation Training course

At the beginning of May, approximately 30 researchers from across the globe attended the NCEO/DARC Data Assimilation Training Course held at the University of Reading.

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6 June 2024

Blog

NCEO at the National Space Centre

PhD student Charlotte Paton is one of the many NCEO scientists who have visited the National Space Centre (NSC) to deliver daytime talks to the public. Charlotte captivated the audience with her insightful presentation on the critical role satellites play in monitoring the health of our planet.

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29 May 2024

News

NCEO scientists driving science behind latest climate satellite mission EarthCARE

Today we celebrate the successful launch of EarthCARE (Earth Clouds, Aerosol and Radiation Explorer), a joint mission between ESA (the European Space Agency) and JAXA (the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency). The latest ESA Earth Explorer mission was launched last night from Vandenburg, California. The UK is a major partner in ESA supporting 15 years of world-leading research through NCEO (the National Centre for Earth Observation) at the Universities of Leicester, Reading, Oxford, and Imperial College.

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