Meet the CPDN team at the University of Oxford’s Curiosity Carnival on 29 September
Posted on 30th August 2017
Curiosity Carnival is Oxford’s contribution to European Researchers’ Night, a Europe-wide celebration of academic research for the public. Taking place on 29 September 2017, Curiosity Carnival will showcase the world-leading research taking place here at Oxford to a large and diverse audience through a programme that will include live experiments, debates, bite-sized talks and other […]
New translate feature added to the website
Posted on 20th February 2017
In keeping with the international outlook of the climateprediction.net project we have now added a new translation feature to the website. This translation feature is powered by Google Translate which provides automatic, machine-based translation.
Live stream: IPCC AR5: Three numbers that matter, and numbers that matter less than you think
Posted on 13th October 2014
A talk by Professor Myles Allen, Tuesday 14 October, 9 am BST Watch it live. Tweet using #ecilive What the IPCC 5th Assessment Report has to say to the negotiators in Paris 2015 “This lecture provides an overview of the climate change issue, highlighting what are, in my view, the most important findings of the latest […]
CPDN back online after unexpected outage
Posted on 30th January 2014
CPDN was taken offline by a failure of the storage system that hosts our servers in Oxford. The downtime was between 3 pm 28 Jan 2014 and 1 pm 30 Jan 2014 GMT. The issue has been resolved, and we are now back up and running. Please accept our apologies for the disruption to the service.
CPDN new website launched
Posted on 23rd May 2013
We hope you like the new website, which has been the result of a lot of hard work by our science team, volunteer moderators and our web designers. We have updated many of the pages and corrected a lot of out-of-date information. If you have any comments to make, please do contact us.