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Who takes part in Citizen Science projects & why?

Who takes part in Citizen Science projects & why?

The CS Track project is broadening our knowledge about Citizen Science by investigating Citizen Science activities, disseminating good practices and formulating knowledge-based policy recommendations. Find out more. Citizen Science in Europe, as elsewhere, continues...

Characteristics and nature of Citizen Science in Europe today

Characteristics and nature of Citizen Science in Europe today

Citizen Science (CS) in Europe, as elsewhere, continues to manifest itself in a variety of different ways. While attracting interest across multiple sectors of society, its definition remains unclear. The first CS Track White Paper on Themes, objectives and...

The most typical citizen scientists are married men!

The most typical citizen scientists are married men!

The activities in citizen science tend to involve a variety of people representing different walks of life - some at the professional level, some at the enthusiast level. Based on the initial results of a survey conducted by the CS Track team earlier this year, it was...

Science & You 2021 Conference, 16-19 November, Metz, France

Science & You 2021 Conference, 16-19 November, Metz, France

Science communication is a booming and flourishing practice and operates increasingly in a global theatre. This year the University of Lorraine is inviting researchers and practitioners of science communication to come to Metz on 16-19 November 2021 to exchange views...

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