Insights from Earth and space sciences are valuable for addressing the current global health emergency, and such societal challenges are best addressed by integrated and interdisciplinary research.
The real jobs report: A new analysis shows that science, tech, and engineering careers are this country’s engine.
In its first year, 20% of the 250 active Earth and space science graduate programs in the United States applied for partnership with the program.
Gifts from the AGU community enable students and early-career scientists to travel to Fall Meeting for the first time.
The Surging Waters report shows how science empowers us to mitigate the impacts on people and property in communities around the United States.
With nationalism and scientific disinformation on the rise, the scientific community must work together even more closely.
AGU executive director/CEO Chris McEntee provides key takeaways from the first Global Planning Meeting, in Copenhagen, for the United Nations Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development.
Susan Trumbore will lead this new, highly selective journal in publishing cutting-edge research across the Earth and space sciences.
AGU aspires to lead by demonstrating that a building on a tight urban footprint can operate on a net-zero energy basis while providing a productive and healthy place to work and meet.
These latest creative and far-reaching projects chosen for AGU Centennial support range from a giant map of Mars for display on the U.S. National Mall to a climate science workshop in Puerto Rico.