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EIT RawMaterials Academy’s Raw Materials University Days (RMUD) will form the final day of the International Geosciences Student Conference (IGSC), a student-led and student-organised event taking place at Uppsala University. The RMUD event includes keynote speakers, student posters and oral presentations, a panel discussion on ‘Responsibly securing natural resources’ and a farewell party.

IGSC is an excellent opportunity to build leadership skills, network with peers and sponsors, and make a difference in the community – a platform where students from various Earth Science backgrounds come together to exchange ideas, present their research and enhance knowledge.

During the five days of the conference, participants will get a chance to listen and/or to present their own research in a form of oral or poster presentation. Additionally, IGSC attendees will participate in workshops by industry leaders, where they can gain practical skills and hands-on experience in trending geoscience topics. There will also be keynote talks both from academia and industry, providing interesting insights into their work.

Check out the website https://www.igsc2019.org for more information and to submit your abstract! Registration closes 30 April 2019.

EIT RawMaterials Alumni members

There will be 3 free places up for grabs for EIT RawMaterials Alumni. Are you a student with an Earth Science background looking for experience in professionally presenting your work? We have 3 FREE places for student members of EIT RM Alumni to attend the 8th International Geosciences Conference, 16-20 June in Uppsala, Sweden It’s an entirely student-led and student-organised conference where you can exchange ideas, present your research and enhance your knowledge. To bag yourself a place (including a partial reimbursement of up to €300 to help with travel and accommodation costs) send an email to alumni@eitrawmaterials.eu and explain in no more than 200 words how attending this event would benefit you. But be quick – the deadline is Wed 17 April at 11pm.