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Goodbye…… for now

Goodbye…… for now

After 3 years of blogging, (can you believe Jenga has been going for 3 years already?!), the time has come to wave goodbye to the EGU Blog network.

Dan and I have very much enjoyed being part of this active, fun and engaging community of geoscience bloggers. However, our circumstances have changed signifiantly since we embarked on this journey. We no longer work at the same Univeristy, nor are we even in the same country and juggling our current commitments with Jenga hasn’t been easy, especially over the past 12 months! It’s with a heavy heart that we say farewell, at least for now. Follow Dan and I on twitter for news on our future plans for Jenga.

We are grateful for the opportunities that have come from being a part of the network, especially for the friends we’ve made along the way. A big shout out to all those who have contributed great guest posts to the blog and to all those who read our posts too!

If you want to keep on reading, and make use of the guides and tips on science communication and the PhD journey we’ve shared in past, you’ll still be able to find them all here.


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Laura Roberts Artal is the Outreach and Dissemination Manager at The Water Innovation Hub (University of Sheffield). Laura also volunteers as the Associate Director of Communications for Geology for Global Development. She has also held a role in industry as Marketing Manager for PDS Ava (part of PDS Group). Laura was the Communications Officer at the European Geosciences Union from the summer of 2014 to the end of 2017. Laura is a geologist by training and holds a PhD in palaeomagnetism from the University of Liverpool. She tweets at @LauRob85.