Feb 23, 2022

Marius Oesterheld to give a presentation at the Bürger schaffen Wissen event, 25 February

Our colleague Marius Oesterheld is going to give a short presentation at the online event organised by Bürger schaffen Wissen on 25 February, 12:00-13:00 CET. Citizen Science projects and initiatives are enriching the European landscape – both on a national and European level. But which structures and EU projects initiate citizen science activities? What exactly do these initiatives do and what do they have to offer for national, regional and local citizen science projects? During this digital lunch break, ECSA, the European Citizen Science Association, and two EU projects, EU-Citizen.Science and CS Track, will introduce their activities and events in three short keynote speeches. Please note that the event will be in German. More information about it can be found here.

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Final face to face partner meeting at the Dead Sea

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ECSA 2022, 5-8 October, Berlin, Germany

ECSA 2022, 5-8 October, Berlin, Germany

The ECSA Conference 2022 will be held from October 5-8 in Berlin, Germany. This year researchers from all disciplines, scientists, practitioners, activists, funders, policymakers, non-governmental organizations, artists, and other interested citizens worldwide...

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