Challenged by widespread nationalism and xenophobia, scientific societies must stand together to insist that scientific collaboration remain international and interdisciplinary.
Healthy skepticism has long formed the foundation of the scientific peer review process. Will anything substantively new be gleaned from a red team/blue team exercise?
The American Geophysical Union is proud to have chosen 61 new Fellows and will honor them at the upcoming 2017 Fall Meeting in New Orleans.
The world’s largest organization of Earth and space scientists honors 29 exceptional scientists and journalists.
The Trump Administration has pulled the United States out of a landmark climate accord. But withdrawal does not change the science of how our planet works.
The American Geophysical Union is taking multiple steps to ensure that the 2017 Fall Meeting brings together the global Earth and space science community while minimizing travel risks.
Between now and the 22 April event, AGU will share further information about march-related resources and communications.
With buttons, signage, nine planned events, and a Thunderclap campaign, Fall Meeting will combat harassment and support a safe and welcoming scientific community.
The American Geophysical Union recognizes outstanding scientists in Earth and space sciences ranging from biogeosciences to space physics to volcanology.
AGU section and focus group awards and named lectures recognize some of the most innovative minds in their fields.