Dec 7, 2021

CS Track project researchers to present at Austrian Citizen Science Conference 2022

We’re delighted to announce that our colleagues Christine Urban and Michael Strähle (Wissenschaftsladen Wien – Science Shop Vienna) will be presenting a poster and a paper at the 7th Austrian Citizen Science Conference. The paper will tackle the issue as to why citizen science cannot answer the question of how science can be democratized, and the poster will present a systematic reflection on forms of participation in citizen science. The conference is scheduled for February 2022 and the main conference language will be German.

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