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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 vEGU: balancing the schedule and your personal programme with caring responsibilities

How to vEGU: balancing the schedule and your personal programme with caring responsibilities

Now that you have had a quick look at our programme for vEGU21, maybe found your abstract or session, you probably have a few questions! Over the next few weeks we will be trying to answer as many of these questions as we can, but if you have a question that you can’t see answered anywhere else, please send it to us, either using our social media, or by contacting the conference organisers directl ...[Read More]

vEGU21: the EGU Game Jam has arrived!

vEGU21: the EGU Game Jam has arrived!

This year once again the EGU General Assembly of 2021 will be going online, however unlike in 2020, for vEGU21 the Programme Committee, Council and other organising members have much more time to prepare this year. So in follow up to last year’s online stream of our very popular EGU Games Night, for 2021 we are delighted to introduce the EGU Games Jam – co-ordinated by the EGU Games fo ...[Read More]

GeoPolicy: EGU science for policy: what’s coming up in 2021?

GeoPolicy: EGU science for policy: what’s coming up in 2021?

There were a lot of big changes to the EGU’s science for policy programme in 2020 with many of our activities, such as the annual science for policy event and science-policy pairing scheme, moving online. But 2021 promises to be an even bigger year with a greater number of opportunities to engage and activities becoming even more accessible! So, if you haven’t engaged with science for policy befor ...[Read More]