The first place of the ENGIE photo contest has been won by young contestant Defne Işik from the METU GV Private Denizli School (ODTÜ GV Özel Denizli Okulları). Her photo, Balonlar (see picture below), managed to stand out amongst a swarm of astounding photos and win...
As part of the ENGIE project activities, eight female role models in the field of geoscience recorded short videos in which they introduced themselves and shared some details about their professional experience and why they chose a career path in geoscience. The...
A contribution by Adrienn Cseko As a part of the tasks within Work Package 2, the ENGIE Linked Third Parties organize a special activity within the European Researchers’ Nights of Europe with the objective of making visible the many jobs available within the...
A contribution by Ana Maričić & Karmen Fio Firi Vanda Kochansky-Dévidé was born in Zagreb, the Capital of Croatia, on April 10th, 1915. She was a geologist and paleontologist whose work on microfossils helped develop micropaleontology, which was, in her time, a...
Here we are (almost) at the end of this exquisite journey (do not forget the prizes!). The #photocontest provided a unique opportunity for teenagers aged between 13 and 18 to showcase their photography talent with respect to Geoscience. Over 135 submissions were...
About two weeks ago, we had the opportunity to publish breathtaking photos on Instagram submitted by the participants of the ENGIE project’s #photocontest. Once again, we would like to thank all the participants for their contribution to the #photocontest. The...
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