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EGU GA 2021

vEGU21: the EGU Game Jam – winners!!

vEGU21: the EGU Game Jam – winners!!

This year as part of EGU’s 4th annual Games Day we ran two Geoscience Game Jams. A game jam is a challenge to games developers to create games for a specific theme and in limited time. They are becoming increasingly popular and many foster extremely active communities of shared knowledge. We really hope to grow and expand these game jams and create those connections between geoscientists and games ...[Read More]

How to #vEGU21: EGU Games Day!

How to #vEGU21: EGU Games Day!

The annual EGU Games Day is nearly upon us, Wednesday the 28th April 2021. As usual, we have our science session, Games for Geoscience, kicking off at 2:15pm CEST. Following this, we have our Geoscience Games Night networking session that will begin in a specially designed GatherTown space at 5.30pm CEST.   Click here to display content from YouTube.Learn more in YouTube’s privacy policy. Alw ...[Read More]

vEGU21: #EGUart and the Artists in Residence Gallery

vEGU21: #EGUart and the Artists in Residence Gallery

This year at vEGU21 we have a whole range of brilliant science-art activities, events and sessions taking place over the two weeks to entertain, educate and inspire you! From the special session on the Art-Science interface, EOS 7.4 to the Kids Art initiative being run by our Cryospheric Science and Natural Hazards Divisions, the #ActualLivingScientist gallery, to show the diversity of people and ...[Read More]

vEGU21: What makes a good CV?

vEGU21: What makes a good CV?

This year for vEGU21 we couldn’t have our normal CV board for our attendee’s to share their skills and talents, so instead we added the ‘Ask me for my CV’ sticker that you can put in your profile to let people know that your CV is available. But what about the actual CV itself? Seismology Division Early Career Scientist Michaela Wenner has collected some of the best advice ...[Read More]