Flood hydrology for the next 25 years and beyond

Flood hydrology for the next 25 years and beyond

A flood hydrology roadmap released in March 2022 sets out a vision to help scientists and practitioners better predict future flood events and improve flood resilience across the UK. 
JBA Trust helped in shaping and peer reviewing the roadmap

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New Water Safety Centre for Excellence opens at Twickenham Fire Station

New Water Safety Centre for Excellence opens at Twickenham Fire Station

The new centre aims to educate and encourage safe engagement with the River Thames, and is part of the London Fire Bridge’s push on water safety. Our big river flume is being used to show how water behaves in the Thames and how currents can quickly become dangerous.

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Student bursaries to support MSc and MRes courses

Student bursaries to support MSc and MRes courses

In partnership with the British Hydrological Society and the Environment Agency, we’re supporting the Studentship Awards Scheme which aims to encourage talented students to develop their academic experience and qualifications in hydrology and water management.

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Trustees Annual Report 2022-23

Trustees Annual Report 2022-23

Our Annual Report reflects on the people and research we have supported and shares the highlights of our charitable activities in 2022-23.

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Ask An ‘Ologist: A Science Outreach Adventure

Ask An ‘Ologist: A Science Outreach Adventure

Sam Hardy, a Meteorologist, took part in a live science outreach event aimed at igniting curiosity and passion among primary school children. The children asked questions about tornadoes, weather forecasting and climate change, and what it’s like to be a Meteorologist!

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Inspiring young minds at the Cardiff TeenTech Festival

Inspiring young minds at the Cardiff TeenTech Festival

Along with 700 students between ages 10-14 and their teachers, we attended TeenTech Festival at the All Nations Centre in Cardiff in December 2023.

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Making mountains in Kendal!

Making mountains in Kendal!

Visitors to the Kendal Mountain Festival had fun making their own mountains in our augmented reality sandbox.

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Learning between the generations: 40 years of the British Hydrological Society

Learning between the generations: 40 years of the British Hydrological Society

A celebration of the 40th anniversary of the British Hydrological Society brought together people from academia, consultancy and operational hydrology to reflect on the progress in hydrological research and practice, look forward to current and emerging initiatives and celebrate the increasing diversity in hydrology.

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New research explores flash floods in northern England

New research explores flash floods in northern England

New research explores ‘Abrupt Wave Front’ (also known as flash flood) events in northern England where river water levels rise very rapidly and are extremely hazardous to river users.

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Supporting ‘Diversity in Science’ at the London Science Museum

Supporting ‘Diversity in Science’ at the London Science Museum

This summer we supported the ‘Diversity in Science’ exhibition at the London Science Museum with the Environment Agency to raise awareness of the diversity of science and scientists in the environment sector.

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Water risks brought to life in the classroom

Water risks brought to life in the classroom

Our wave tank, mini-flume and PARM were in action for the ‘Water Risks’ day at Ermysted’s Grammar School, supported by the University of Nottingham and North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service.

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