Researchers take time for science at Europe’s biggest conference in the fields of Earth, planetary and space science
Just days after EGU23 concluded in Vienna and virtually, EGU is pleased to report that we welcomed 18,831 attendees from around the world. A total of 16,357 presentations were made during the conference week of which 57% were contributions from Early Career Scientists (ECS). This year, we encouraged attendees to take time for science, allowing for a balanced experience of the latest in geoscience, science art and communication, networking, awards and medals, jobs and careers and so on.
This newsletter highlights some of the most unique and diverse parts of EGU23. From the varying composition of a single bolt of lightning, and observations of EGU23 poster designs from geophysicist and graphic designer Fabio Crameri, to how to make your geoscience communication publishable, EGU23 had something to offer for everyone!
Presenting at the posters, Nomikos Skyllas tells us if changes in Arctic climate variability severely impact migratory birds, and an international team of scientists share their findings of the Emirates Mars Mission (EMM), the first interplanetary mission by an Arab nation. For this and more, check out our recorded sessions now available for on-demand viewing here! As a reminder, on-demand viewing and commenting is open until 31 May 2023.