[email protected]: Twila Moon—Face to Face with Climate Change in Greenland

San Francisco | 12.11.19


The popular science storytelling event [email protected] is returning to the 2019 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting in San Francisco, CA. Sponsored by NASA’s Applied Sciences Program and held in partnership with the Earth Science Information Partners and AGU’s Earth Science and Space Informatics Section, the event enables scientists to showcase their professional and personal interests through fast-moving, creative presentations. 

A different kind of talk


20 auto-advancing slides.

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Images over words.


Both passion and humor are welcome.


Be bold — especially with your talk title. 

Rapid fire

Fun, frenetic delivery increases engagement.

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Let's see how many AGU sections submit!

all welcome

Graduate students to senior-researchers to policy makers. Variety keeps it fresh! 

Ignite (, a concept created by O’Reilly Media, provides presenters a strict presentation format – five minutes and 20 slides that auto-advance every 15 seconds – to make their point.

Enlighten us, but make it quick!