Agu Fall Meeting is the largest worldwide conference in geophysical sciences. This event revolves around the latest discoveries, trends, challenges and opportunities in the science world. If you want to network and improve your career achievements, then the AGU Fall Meeting is the place to be!
With almost 24,000 attendees, The AGU Meeting is considered the largest earth and space science meeting in the world. If you want to exhibit in this show, we can introduce you our best Booth Builders and designers in San Francisco who’ll make your exhibition easier and brighter!
Here you'll be able to:
- find many B2B opportunities;
- meet face to face with other science peers;
- make your ideas and discoveries stand out;
- network ans establish new partnerships;
- launch new products and studies;
- explore the latest discoveries;
- ... and so much more!
Join an incredible list of companies that include EarthScope, Dynamax Inc, Cameca Instrument Inc, Clark Labs, the Cornell University, Decagon Devices, IEDA, Desert Research Institute, Elemental Scientific and Jewell Instruments.
The AGU Fall Meeting program includes interesting presentations on new and cutting edge science; attendees consider it as a way to construct insights and update on the latest scientific research. The scientific discipline is one of the matters you will understand better if you come this year.
AGU is built on a foundation of shared ideals that include:
- Valuing the scientific method
- Generating and disseminating scientific knowledge
- Exchanging ideas and information freely
- Respecting a diversity of ideas and approaches
- Maintaining accountability to the public
- Achieving excellence and integrity in everything we do
- Delivering science that is accurate, peer reviewed and well respected
Exhibitors & Visitors
AGU participants work for corporations, universities, non-profit organizations, research labs, and federal, state and local government agencies, and their research influences everything from agriculture to transportation. Their research encompasses everything from the search for resources to predicting the impact of air pressure, temperature, water vapor and wind speed on our weather. If you want to show your discoveries and studies and find other interesting science projects, then you can't miss this year's Agu Fall Meeting!