Coming soon: The Earth and Space Science News Channel
Channels are a way to stay up to date on your choice of topics across Earth and space sciences and find members of the global AGU community who have similar interests. You can create a feed of a fresh stream of science and news by drawing on content across AGU, including news, abstracts, Eos, blogs, and other AGU publications. Follow one or more channels that have already been created or create your own channel.
Browse the AGU press release archive for past research and announcements from AGU. Contact us for releases published prior to 2009.
Sign up to receive the latest press releases and statements on AGU news and research.
Qualifying journalists can receive free access to AGU journals. Press subscriptions give journalists access to up to 40 articles per year; may be renewed by emailing [email protected]. Please allow up to two weeks to confirm your subscription.
We can help you find the right scientific expert. We have identified scientists in popular topic areas who are available for interviews. Our media team can also help with requests for interviews with AGU leaders or other experts.
Attend an AGU meeting - We offer complimentary press registration to journalists and communications professionals who produce and facilitate media coverage of AGU meetings. Learn about our eligibility requirements and upcoming meetings.
Submit a journalism award nomination - Science communication is essential to promoting discovery in Earth and space science. Our three journalism awards recognize excellence in science journalism for: news, features and sustained achievement.
For PIOs and Scientists: Publicize your science - Learn about speaking to the media and how you can work with AGU to publicize your research.
For Scientists: Apply for a Mass Media Fellowship - This 10-week summer program places science, engineering, and mathematics students at media organizations nationwide to research, write and report today’s headlines.
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Learn about Eos
Eos, AGU’s news publication, is a source for accurate, reliable, and timely news and perspectives about the Earth and space sciences—from our planet’s core to the far reaches of the solar system and beyond.
Eos addresses all Earth and space science disciplines as well as the intersection of science with policy, science education, and science’s influence on culture. In addition to news articles, Eos publishes feature articles, updates on scientific projects, short spotlights about recent academic papers, opinion pieces, and articles that touch on the lighter side of Earth and space science.
Eos is freely accessible online and available to AGU members as a monthly print magazine.
We host a community of Earth and space science blogs promoting different voices and perspectives across AGU’s scientific disciplines. While the majority of our blogs are published by independent scientists and bloggers, AGU staff publishes our leadership blog From the Prow, our science communication blog The Plainspoken Scientist, our science policy blog The Bridge, our careers blog On The Job and our science news blog GeoSpace. Additionally, The Field blog highlights stories from scientists in the field and in the lab, our Editors’ Vox blog shares perspectives on Earth and space science from AGU journal editors, and Third Pod from the Sun is a companion blog to our podcast of the same name about the scientists and methods behind the science.
Follow your favorite blogs to stay informed on the latest in Earth and space science and AGU news.
Voices from the Community
The geoscience community is comprised of so many
voices that we wanted to help you find, learn and hear from as many of our
partners and affiliates as possible.
AGU does not necessarily endorse these organizations and their content. Inclusion on this page does not constitute AGU’s support.
- Geobites – Grassroots geoscientists write about new developments in their field to bring cutting-edge science to the broadest possible audience.
- Planeteando – Spanish-speaking video blog channel that talks about climate change in the same style as Captain Planet.