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2013 First Place Video Award for Coronal Mass Ejection and Ocean Wind Circulation narrated by Liam Neeson

This video, originally created by NASA's Scientific Visualization Studio as part of a full-length planetarium film called "Dynamic Earth," was awarded first place in the video category in the 2013 International Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge, sponsored by the journal Science and the National Science Foundation.

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Our mission is to apply our leading scientific and technical expertise toward solving the challenges fundamental to advanced science and technology-based enterprises.

Our vision is to capitalize on our unique knowledge and accomplishments to sustain our growth as a financially stable and responsible citizen.

GST Science and Technology Innovations

"Global Science & Technology is a Science Driven,
                 Technology Company offering Creative Solutions."

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A career at GST offers you the chance to be on the forefront of technological development, working with smart colleagues on meaningful projects. It's an opportunity to impact hundreds of millions of people around the world and leave a lasting technological legacy.

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Project Spotlight

GST and the National Weather Service National Mesonet Program

Global Science & Technology is proud to announce the company has been awarded a task order to continue and expand the National Mesonet Program for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) National Weather Service (NWS).  The task order is under the NOAA Scientific and Technical Support Services Next Generation Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (Sci-Tech NG IDIQ) contract.

The National Mesonet Program is a network of existing non-Federal surface-based observation networks (“mesonets”) located throughout the United States.  These mesonets are both fixed as well as mobile.  The provision of meteorological observations and associated metadata to NWS helps to improve forecasts and warnings for severe weather within local NWS field offices and achieve effective collaboration among disparate network operators to promote NOAA’s objective of a Weather-Ready Nation.

GST and its alliance of universities and weather companies has been performing work on the National Mesonet Program for three years.  Under the new task order, GST will continue to leverage existing non-Federal environmental observation networks to supply observation data to improve the prediction of high-impact, local-scale weather events.

For more information, click the link to check out the National Mesonet article from the July 2013 WeatherWise Magazine.

The National Mesonet Program: Filling in the Gaps

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