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13 March 2018
Every year, scientists explain their research using the 1000 (ten-hundred) most common words in the English language. The results are fun, silly, heartfelt, surprising, and overall a great time.
26 February 2018
At AGU17, we took a break from the lectures and posters for an evening of inspiring stories about how science affects all of us in our everyday lives.
8 January 2018
This post was originally posted on AGU’s science policy blog The Bridge Are you a scientist interested in policy or journalism? Are you considering a career in policy or journalism? Did you sadly miss our event discussing our science policy and science writing fellowships? Well, you’re in luck! During Fall Meeting, AGU hosted its annual luncheon entitled “How to be a Congressional Science or Mass Media Fellow”. The event provided attendees the opportunity …
20 December 2017
Fall Meeting was awesome.
4 December 2017
It’s almost here. The time of year we all wait for with baited breath. FALL MEETING!
20 November 2017
Being able to effectively communicate your science is a crucial skill, no matter the audience. We’re offering two workshops, from general communication, to storytelling via multi- and social media. Register today!
23 October 2017
Geoscientist and singer-songwriter shares her creative side at AGU’s Open Mic Night – and you can, too!
Want to show off your creative side at AGU17? Perform at Open Mic Night!
23 January 2017
Rather than complain about Wikipedia, scientists at AGU16 decided to do something about it.
22 December 2016
Your research can have an impact in someone’s life…even if you’re not a great tipper.
21 December 2016
One last cartoon from Miles Traer: “Inspired by the up-goer five comic from XKCD where I try to explain tsunami science using only the 1,000 most commonly used words in the English language and the AGU Fall Meeting 2016 session NH51D: Interdisciplinary Tsunami Science.”