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The human side to research brought to life by scientific artist Kelly Stanford

The human side to research brought to life by scientific artist Kelly Stanford

Scientific artist Kelly Stanford has sure come a long way since we last spoke to her in 2019. The Manchester, UK-based science communicator is a Physical Geography PhD candidate from the University of Hull’s Energy and Environment Institute and winner of EGU’s Artist (not) in Residence in 2021. This year, at the Union’s General Assembly EGU22, Kelly continued her series of “Sci-portraits” (portrai ...[Read More]

EGU22: #EGUart and the Artists in Residence Gallery

EGU22: #EGUart and the Artists in Residence Gallery

This year at EGU22 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 1.2, the #ActualLivingScientist gallery, to show the diversity of people and research that makes up our community, to the vote for the EGU22 Photo Competition winners, and ...[Read More]

GeoTalk: Meet Larissa van der Laan, glaciologist and science-artist!

GeoTalk: Meet Larissa van der Laan, glaciologist and science-artist!

Hi Larissa, thankyou for spending time with us today! To break the ice, could you tell us a little about yourself and your research? Ha, I see what you did there. I’m Larissa, she/her, 29, and a PhD candidate at the Institute of Hydrology and Water Resources Management in Hannover, Germany. I’ve been fascinated by snow and ice since I was little, writing my first ever school report and ...[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]