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Francisco, March 31, 2020, 1:59 p.m.

A brief chat with… Dr Henk Mulder

After our article about the status of citizen science in Lithuania, we decided to take a tour of Europe and invite our Advisory Board members to tell us about themselves and their career in citizen science. We start with Dr Henk Mulder from the Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Groningen, Netherlands.

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Francisco, March 31, 2020, 1:50 p.m.

Air pollution and Citizen Science

In the second edition of our newsletter, we decided to tackle an issue that is often studied in Citizen Science projects: Pollution. We spoke to Gary Fuller, air pollution scientist at King’s College London, writer for the Guardian and author of the book The Invisible Killer: The Rising Global Threat of Air Pollution – and How We Can Fight Back.

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Francisco, March 31, 2020, 1:47 p.m.

Newsletter #2: Citizen Science, a valid asset in the fight against pollution

The second edition of the EU-Citizen.Science joint newsletter focuses on a “hot” topic that is often studied in Citizen Science projects: Pollution.

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Francisco, March 31, 2020, 1:46 p.m.

First periodic project meeting held in Vilnius

Members of the EU-Citizen.Science consortium met in Vilnius, Lithuania, in September for the first periodic project meeting. Held at the Vilnius Tech Park, a beautiful ‘tech campus’ beside the Neris river, it was a chance to share updates on how the eight work packages are progressing, and to plan the next steps together.

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Francisco, March 31, 2020, 1:37 p.m.

Stakeholders, Network and Community Mapping Report

A key ingredient for ensuring a successful project is of course to first understand who your stakeholders are, who is supportive and influential in your sucess, and what their needs are. Our first deliverable within the second work package – which is where we build the EU-Citizen.Science platform – has thus been to undergo a Stakeholder Mapping exercise.

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Francisco, March 31, 2020, 12:01 p.m.

Zoom in on the status of citizen science in Lithuania

As project partners are getting ready for their next meeting (this time in Vilnius), we decided to put the light on the field of citizen science in Lithuania by interviewing our local hosts, Eglė Ramanauskaitė (Human Computation Institute) and Monika Mačiulienė (Mykolas Romeris University, MRU).

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Francisco, March 31, 2020, noon

EU-Citizen.Science needs your input on citizen science training needs

We are currently building a global citizen science platform to share knowledge and best practice that will also feature custom-made training modules that address the needs of the community.

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Francisco, March 31, 2020, 11:58 a.m.

Newsletter #1: Co-creating the European citizen science platform of the future

The first EU-Citizen.Science joint newsletter, Co-creating the European citizen science platform of the future, shares the latest updates on citizen science in Europe by giving you news not just from one, but from four projects at the same time.

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Francisco, March 31, 2020, 11:55 a.m.

EU-Citizen.Science and Citizen Science Cost Action CA15212 joint workshop: Co-creating the EU platform for citizen science

On 10-11 April, the European Citizen Science Association – ECSA, (leading the creation of the European platform for citizen science) and Museum für Naturkunde – MfN, (the coordinator of the EU-Citizen.Science project) organised a 24 hour long workshop in Brussels to imagine the European citizen science platform of the future that our project aims to build within the next 3 years.

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Francisco, March 30, 2020, 3:53 p.m.

EU-Citizen.Science was officially kicked-off!

On 20-21 February, the project partners of EU-Citizen.Science met at the Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin for the project’s kick-off meeting. Hosted by the coordinator of the project, this meeting brought together all the key actors of EU-Citizen.Science in order to discuss the development of this new Horizon2020 project and the creation of the Platform for Sharing, Initiating, and Learning Citizen Science in Europe — which ambition is to become the European reference point for citizen science through cross-network knowledge sharing for citizen science participants, practitioners, researchers, policy makers and society across Europe. In order to achieve this, EU-Citizen.Science will follow five main objectives

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