Geosciences Column special: Planetary science, part 1

This month we have a special edition of our Geosciences column with two pieces on planetary science written by external contributors. The first article, published today, focuses on Martian water while the second, to be published tomorrow, examines the interior structure of the Moon. If you’d like to contribute to GeoLog, please contact EGU’s Media and Commmunications Officer, Bárbara T ...[Read More]

Become a book reviewer for the EGU newsletter!

Interested in free books and getting published? The EGU has an opportunity for you. The Union’s newsletter, currently known as The Eggs, is a magazine and information service distributed for free to all Union members — around 12,000 scientists. It will be rebranded and relaunched in late February or early March with a new layout, content structure, and name: GeoQ. While the new version will see so ...[Read More]

New Science Communications Fellow at the EGU Office

Hello everyone! I am a new Science Communications Fellow at the Union, where I will be working on the EGU Newsletter and assisting Bárbara Ferreira in developing media-related and science information communications. I am currently in the final stages of my doctorate (DPhil) at the University of Oxford, where my molecular biology project explores the diversity and ecology of Apusozoa, a phylum of f ...[Read More]

Job opportunity at the EGU General Assembly

We are currently looking for science communication or science journalism students interested in working at the press office of the 2012 General Assembly, which is taking place in Vienna, Austria, from 22-27 April. The students will be assisting the EGU press officer and the journalists at the press centre, and are expected to help organise and run press conferences. Other tasks include writing and ...[Read More]