Category Archives: general musings

So what exactly was Cloud Lab all about?

Since I have come back a number of people have asked about my ‘holiday’ in the United States with the BBC. It is strange, I have done a great many field campaigns over the last few years and in general they … Continue reading

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Cold calling……..

Picture the scene, we are finally generating filter samples for Kelly to work her magic upon and probe them for ice nucleation efficiencies. BUT! we don’t have the necessary solvents to prepare the cold stage. So we get online and … Continue reading

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CloudLab digital footprint grows and introduces the Geeks….

The countdown clock is in full swing now and the project now has it’s very own place in the twitterverse (or whatever the current name for it). Head over to @BBCCloudLab to see what’s what. This is the official account … Continue reading

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Wales and Mojitos and other new fangled units of measurement

OK, so we all know about large geographic area being compared to Wales, strangely this came up in conversation last week, however my failing memory doesn’t allow me to name the  other conversant. Wales has long been used to help people visualise an area, … Continue reading

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