Nov 11, 2020

URJC Promotes a better understanding of Citizen Science during Madrid Science and Innovation Week

CS Track partner URJC led a virtual session on 5 November as part of the XX edition of the Madrid Science and Innovation Week. The idea behind this session was to foster a better understanding of citizen science and what participation in citizen science projects entails. 30 people participated in this session in which URJC put significant effort into getting to know their audience and on finding out what they had learned about citizen science during the session. Participants came from several countries beyond Europe including Mexico, Bolivia, Equator, Venezuela and USA.

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