Europe’s biggest geoscience conference is only 5 weeks away! Each year, the EGU General Assembly brings together over 15,000 researchers, scientists, academics and journalists to discuss and share the latest developments in planetary exploration, Earth observation, polar science, climate change, natural hazards, and much more. And it is held at the Austria Centre Vienna (ACV) which is big enough t ...[Read More]
EGU23 has something for everyone: Sessions on networking, policy, mentoring, jobs & careers
As the 2023 General Assembly materializes on the horizon, it’s a good idea to take stock of what sessions you want to attend in advance of attending the assembly proper. Whilst the scientific sessions provide some of the highlights, EGU23 has a rich programme to tempt you to go beyond – including inline and in-person sessions dedicated to early career scientists (ECS) networking, job and careers, ...[Read More]
GeoTalk: Meet Marisa Storm, Molecular Fossil researcher!
Hi Marisa. Thank you for joining us today! Could you tell our readers a bit about yourself and your research? Hi, I am a geologist and organic geochemist, currently working as a postdoc at the NIOZ Netherlands Institute for Sea Research based on the island Texel. After my geology-focused undergraduate and master studies in Germany at the RWTH Aachen and Heidelberg University, I graduated wi ...[Read More]
EGU23: A hybrid General Assembly with too many benefits to ignore!
Are you planning to attend the upcoming EGU General Assembly – either on-site in Vienna, Austria or remotely as a virtual participant? This year, EGU has decided to take time for science, and encourages you to do the same. For us, this means offering our attendees the “best of both worlds,” through a carefully and creatively curated hybrid conference. For you, we hope this means a ton of benefits ...[Read More]