This past December, LetPub was proud to exhibit at the American Geophysical Union Centennial Fall Meeting in San Francisco, California. The Fall Meeting 2019 showcased rapid developments in the geological sciences, new approaches to observing our Earth and beyond, the introduction of new data streams, the growing demand for accessible science, the expansion of convergent science, and more. LetPub was proud to represent at the AGU exhibit hall where we could interact with other attendees and educate them about our services and the role we play in the scientific community.
Dr. Clark Holdsworth, Research Communications Manager at Accdon, comments “It was a pleasure for LetPub to participate in the AGU Centennial this year. It was refreshing and encouraging to see AGU aggressively pursue new presentation formats and demonstrate such an enthusiasm for trying new things. We cannot wait for next year.”
LetPub also had the opportunity to explore the conference’s offering of sessions regarding the publishing industry where we could learn and bring this knowledge to our team.
A sampling of this year’s discussion:
- Developments in scholarly communication and journal publishing
- Best practices for developing and sustaining your open-source research software
- The effect of climate change on extreme weather events
- New results from current solar and planetary science missions
Look for new content from LetPub on these and other important issues in 2020. Stay current with our Learning Nexus, where you’ll find articles and announcements for our popular webinar series.
The LetPub brand was proud to serve as a participant of American Geophysical Union’s Centennial Fall Meeting. AGU will celebrate our past and inspire the future by bringing together the people, the imagination, and the science that will ignite our next hundred years to make our planet safer, cleaner, and more sustainable.
About American Geophysical Union | https://www.agu.org/
Founded in 1919, AGU is a not-for-profit scientific society dedicated to advancing Earth and space science for the benefit of humanity. We support 60,000 members, who reside in 135 countries, as well as our broader community, through high-quality scholarly publications, dynamic meetings, our dedication to science policy and science communications, and our commitment to building a diverse and inclusive workforce, as well as many other innovative programs. AGU is home to the award-winning news publication Eos, the Thriving Earth Exchange, where scientists and community leaders work together to tackle local issues, and a headquarters building that represents Washington, D.C.’s first net zero energy commercial renovation. We are celebrating our Centennial in 2019. #AGU100
About LetPub | www.letpub.com
LetPub, the flagship editorial brand of Accdon LLC, is the only author services company headquartered in the Boston area. LetPub helps authors from around the world publish and share their research. LetPub’s language and scientific editors are leaders in their fields, teach at top American universities, and hold industry-leading credentials such as the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences certification. LetPub editors specialize in biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, environmental sciences, geology, humanities, material science, mathematics, medicine, physics, social sciences, and more. LetPub provides expert English editing and research communication services as well as editorial support packages for journals, academic societies, and publishers. To find out more about our expert services and to get a quote visit www.letpub.com.