The European Association of Geochemistry and the Geochemical Society wish to thank the 4630 attendees of the 27th Goldschmidt Conference in Paris last month, and are particularly grateful to all involved with the organisation of the conference.
Our bloggers widely covered the event and we invite you to read about their experience of the conference. Interviews of Bernard Marty (EAG President), Eiji Ohtani (EAG Urey Award), Julie Prytulak (EAG Houtermans Award), Francis McCubbin (GS Clarke Award), Shuhei Ono (EAG-GS Paul Gast Lecturer) and Li Zhang (Shen-su Award) can also be found on the EAG Blog.
We are particularly happy that two initiatives introduced this year around science communication, the Pop-up Talks and Goldschmidt Wild Orbit Cinema were successful. More can be found in the conference report, including a short movie.
Goldschmidt2017 received excellent press coverage around the world. Some highlights include BBC News - Radioactive 'pooh sticks' trace carbon's ocean journey and The Washington Post - The first animals evolved during the absolute worst time on Earth.
In order to keep improving the conference year after year, we strongly encourage you to share your feedback through the post-conference survey.
We look forward to welcoming you to a fantastic 28th V.M. Goldschmidt Conference in Boston, 12–17 August 2018.