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Mentoring programme at EGU 2018

Mentoring programme at EGU 2018

With over 14,000 participants, 4,849 oral presentations and over 11,000 posters, all under one roof, the General Assembly can be an overwhelming experience.  There is a warren of corridors to navigate, as well as a wide range of workshops, splinter and townhall meetings to choose from. With that in mind, we’ve put in place some initiatives to make the experience of those joining us in Vienna for t ...[Read More]

GeoTalk: Matt Herod on awesome outreach and education

Matt Herod has long been part of the EGU Blog Network, where he writes about all things geochemistry from his base in the University of Ottawa. In this week’s GeoTalk, we had the chance to talk to Matt about all the other science communication activities he’s been up to – from mentoring kids in Canada to speaking science in schools… This year GeoSphere had its first birthday as part of the EGU Blo ...[Read More]

EGU young scientists! Become a Skype mentor for school science projects

For many young scientists getting the time to go into a school directly and work with kids on geoscience related projects is an appealing yet unachievable notion due to the various time and location constraints of research. Luckily, the British Science Association is offering young scientists across Europe the opportunity to mentor school kids undertaking CREST Awards – project based award schemes ...[Read More]