Have you noticed how some of your students are very engaged during maths classes? Are they finding themselves comfortable when solving puzzles and logic problems? Are they eager in learning more about programming? Add to that their interest in weather phenomena, and you might have a future data scientist in the field of meteorology in your classroom! Meteorology-oriented data scientists are in charge of analysing data to understand the weather phenomena and be able to predict variables such as visibility or the weather forecast. Discover more about the necessary skills by meeting Irina Malkin, a Meteorology-oriented Data Scientist at MicroStep-MIS!
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