Public engagement grants from the European Geosciences Union encourage creative ways to reach audiences
Tried and tested science-engagement formats are welcome but they should address topics or people who have not previously been served.
The European Geosciences Union is keen to reach new audiences, particularly those underrepresented in geosciences.
Making plans for evaluating your project will impress the judges.
Public engagement novices are welcome to apply but should partner with someone with more experience.
Europe’s top organisation for Earth, planetary and space science research, the European Geosciences Union (EGU), runs a public engagement grant scheme each year for its 20,000 members.
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