Registration for the EGU 2015 General Assembly is open!

The EGU General Assembly brings together geoscientists from all over the world to one meeting that covers all disciplines of the Earth, planetary and space sciences. Following from last year’s success, the EGU General Assembly will have a theme: A Voyage Through Scales. The theme is an invitation to contemplate Earth’s extraordinary variability extending from milliseconds to its age and from microns to the size of the planet. The theme does not constrain the topics to be presented at the Assembly; rather, it will add to the conference experience.

 EGU2015: A Voyage Through Scales

EGU2015: A Voyage Through Scales

EGU 2015 will be held in Vienna from 12- 17 April 2015, where established scientists and early career researchers alike will be able to present their work and discuss their ideas with experts in all fields of the geosciences.

Early registration for the conference is open until 12 March 2015 – you can register online on the General Assembly website. Note that EGU members benefit from reduced member rates; to become a member, go to, where you can both become a new member, or renew your EGU membership.

You can get a feel for the great geoscience that will be discussed at the meeting by browsing through the EGU 2015 sessions. Clicking on ‘please select’ will allow you to search for sessions by Programme Group, where you will be able to view the sessions in more detail and submit an abstract to its relevant session.

For more information about the General Assembly, please see the EGU 2015 website.

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Laura Roberts Artal is the Outreach and Dissemination Manager at The Water Innovation Hub (University of Sheffield). Laura also volunteers as the Associate Director of Communications for Geology for Global Development. She has also held a role in industry as Marketing Manager for PDS Ava (part of PDS Group). Laura was the Communications Officer at the European Geosciences Union from the summer of 2014 to the end of 2017. Laura is a geologist by training and holds a PhD in palaeomagnetism from the University of Liverpool. She tweets at @LauRob85.

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