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Geological Walk through the City of Zagreb (Croatia)

Geological Walk through the City of Zagreb (Croatia)

After reading the article about the decorativity of natural building stones from Croatia in the previous number of the ENGIE Magazine, you must be interested in some more information about these beautiful stone types. So, we will take you to Zagreb, Croatia…

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Decorativity of natural building stones from Croatia

Decorativity of natural building stones from Croatia

Have you ever observed the stone on the streets that you walk on? Or stone on the monuments, statues and buildings? Did You ever think where did it come from? Have you ever wondered why used stone materials are so decorative? Natural building stone represent mineral raw material that is used in the architecture, sculptures, statues, monuments, cladding facades, paving streets, masonry walls, cemeteries etc. For this type of stone its decorativity is very important.

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Interactive events for children

Interactive events for children

I`d like to tell you about the interactive events for children in the frame of the education programme of the Ukrainian Association of Geologists. Our story will not touch on boring lectures or traditional lessons, but it will feature new interactive actions for the children.

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ENGIE in Turkey

ENGIE in Turkey

We, geoscientists, study the most important topics of the world, such as mineral resources, energy, water, structures, and natural hazards. In Turkey, same with the rest of the world, the shortage of well-educated female geoscientists and gender imbalance is increasing day by day. To improve the gender balance and help to grow qualified female geoscientists, it is a pleasure for us to be part of the Engie Project.

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Space rocks!

Here at the Geological Society of London we are turning our gaze upwards this year to the rocks and geology in our Solar System as part of our 2021 Year of Space, inspired by the spectacular landing of Nasa’s latest Mars Rover.

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ENGIE Webinar #1: Ruth Allington

This spring we are producing a series of webinars where we invite female role models to explain us why they chose a career in geosciences or geo-engineering.
In the first webinar, EFG Past President Ruth Allington shares with us insights about her professional career as an engineering geologist.

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The Research Language: a “place” for students to become Science popularizers and see how funny Science can be

The Research Language: a “place” for students to become Science popularizers and see how funny Science can be

Are you a teenage student from 12 to 19 years old? Do you think Science is cool and would like to become a scientist? Or else, do you think Science is really boring and has nothing to do you with your life? You must know this: in both cases, Italian researchers are working for you, either in sustaining you in your will to become one of them or to help you understand that Science is useful and, why not?, even fun!

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#Tellme11F video challenge

#Tellme11F video challenge

Are you a woman working in geosciences or geo-engineering?
Tell us about your daily work, your current research and why you would encourage girls to become geoscientists or geo-engineers!

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Result announcement for video contest

Result announcement for video contest

The organisers express their appreciation and  special thanks to all participants for entering the contest and submitting their valuable contributions.By the decision of the jury of the contest, the awarded videos are:First placeMariana Gaivoto, PortugalSecond...

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ENGIE Role Models

ENGIE Role Models

Marit BrommerSarah GordonAnjana KhatwaGabriella B. KissIva KolenkovicPetra Kovač-KonradAndrea MindszentyAlina PoloniaGiorgia StasiMónica Sousa

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ENGIE Video Contest finalists

ENGIE Video Contest finalists

Rock on, Girls! Matilda Colombo ItalyGeology Porto do Son Laura Lojo SpainThe language of the universe Antonio Lozano Gonzlez SpainBe a geologist be yourself Mariarita Luodes FinlandMeeting the geologists Mihaela NeshkovskaNorth MacedoniaFun time with fossils of...

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Promotion of the ENGIE project in Zagreb, XV. Gymnasium

Promotion of the ENGIE project in Zagreb, XV. Gymnasium

On the 9th of November 2020 associates from the Croatian Geological Society (ENGIE Linked Third Party) and the Faculty of Mining, Geology and Petroleum Engineering (partner of the ENGIE Project), presented the ENGIE project in one of the best high schools in Zagreb, the XV. Gymnasium.

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Meet the jury of the video contest

Meet the jury of the video contest

Marit Brommer is the Executive Director of the IGA since 2017. She comes with 15 years of experience in the extractive industry where she has worked as subsurface portfolio manager. At the IGA she is focusing on creating strong partnerships with international...

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VIDEO CONTEST FOR 12-18 YEARS OLD GIRLS IN EUROPE

VIDEO CONTEST FOR 12-18 YEARS OLD GIRLS IN EUROPE

Rocks, crystals, fossils, volcanoes…. boots, hammer, map, satellite images and microscopes. 150 years ago, adventurous geologists explored our planet to uncover the secrets of geology with a hammer in their hand. Today they use cutting edge technology such as electron...

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The International Workshop with Invited Women Experts

The International Workshop with Invited Women Experts

On 4 September 2020, the ENGIE project organised the online International Workshop with Invited Women Experts. The main objective of the workshop was to identify the motivators and barriers for empowering young women to become geoscientists and engineers. For this...

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ENGIE at the Girls into Geoscience 2020

ENGIE at the Girls into Geoscience 2020

The annual outreach event Girls into Geoscience (GiG) was launched in 2014 by the University of Plymouth in the United Kingdom. Since then, hundreds of girls from schools across the UK and Ireland have participated. The main objective of this outreach initiative is to...

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ENGIE is launching its first brochure!

ENGIE is launching its first brochure!

The official ENGIE brochure has been published. Have a look to know more about how the EU-funded project is planning to empower girls to become the geoscientists of tomorrow. The brochure is presenting ENGIE’s mission, timeline and expected impact of its planned...

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