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Gillian D'Souza

Gillian D’Souza is Media and Communications Officer at the European Geosciences Union. She oversees the Union's blog writing, press interactions and media communication. She has been a science writer on various subjects including health and the environment for over 7 years, and has an M.Sc. in Food Microbiology and Biochemistry from Mumbai, India.

How to EGU22: Making your presentation accessible to all!

How to EGU22: Making your presentation accessible to all!

The last couple of years have changed the way we communicate with each other – both in our professional and personal lives. The pandemic has inspired many of us to experiment with and embrace new digital ways of working, catching up with family and friends, networking, and more! This is also true for the way we share scientific research. In the digital world though, we’re sometimes mor ...[Read More]

How to EGU22: Get creative at the General Assembly with EGUart and more!

How to EGU22: Get creative at the General Assembly with EGUart and more!

At EGU we take our science seriously, but we also value creativity and the role it plays in all aspects of being a researcher, from designing your study to science communication! The upcoming EGU22 General Assembly offers plenty of creativity in every way, shape and form! If you’re keen to indulge your creative side or curious about the possible intersections between science and art, look no furth ...[Read More]

How to EGU22: Beyond the science – a world of networking, science for policy, mentoring, jobs and careers

How to EGU22: Beyond the science – a world of networking, science for policy, mentoring, jobs and careers

With EGU’s first hybrid General Assembly soon approaching, we’re sure you’re browsing through the conference sessions to bookmark your favourite ones. The scientific sessions are certainly amongst the highlights every year, but did you know there’s so much more you can explore during the week-long event? EGU22 has an exciting program with sessions that go beyond the science – including Early Caree ...[Read More]

How to EGU22: the first hybrid General Assembly has the best of both worlds!

How to EGU22: the first hybrid General Assembly has the best of both worlds!

Since the first EGU General Assembly in 2004, the European Geosciences Union’s annual scientific conference has welcomed thousands of researchers from all over the globe, every year. As the event grew in scale, we found a home in Vienna, Austria, attracting scientists, science for policy researchers and journalists from around the world, to discuss the latest developments in the Earth, planetary a ...[Read More]