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Between the 14-19th April, Thale Damm-Johnson, Erin McClymont, Claire Penny and Mark Stevenson attended the EGU General Assembly 2024. The conference was held in Vienna, Austria, and over 20,000 people from the world of geosciences attended. Talks varied from Jupiter’s icy moons, to how to engage policy makers in the scientific field. And of course, Thale, Mark and Claire all gave talks about their recent ANTSIE research. Thale presented her carbon and nitrogen stable isotope record from the last 70,000 years across Dronning Maud Land, Mark also his longer-term geochemical record from stomach oil deposits in Heimefrontfjella, and Claire a higher-resolution, short-term record spanning the late Holocene deglaciation in the eastern Weddell Sea region. It was a great experience for all, and a great chance to network with new colleagues and foster new relationships (and potential collaborations). Thale, Mark and Claire would like to thank Erin for being a great support and managing to listen to all of our talks despite a busy schedule, and hopefully it is in the diary for next year!