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  • Summit 2012 coverage on GridCast

    Growing the Ranks of Citizen Science - Scistarter, CERN@School Yesterday afternoon at Citizen Cyberscience Summit, I found at how the grassroots movement is developing, and gained some insight into some of the resources and tools available. We heard from Darlene Cavalier, who is an advocate for ...

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  • Summit 2012 coverage in The Scientist Magazine

    Citizen Science’s New Wave Scientists are getting more citizens than ever involved in research projects that could impact their communities. By Sabrina Richards | February 17, 2012 This week’s London Citizen Cyberscience Summit, organized by the Citizen Cyberscience Centre in Geneva, Swit...

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  • Summit 2012 coverage on Nature Magazine

    Citizen Science goes Extreme Researchers push for wider use of community-generated data in science and policy-making. by Katherine Rowland Pygmys in the Congo map their territory using handheld Global Positioning System devices to track illegal logging and poaching In the Congo Basin, Bayaka pygmi...

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  • The Weather Balloon Experiment

    So with this many environmental monitoring geeks in one place, we naturally had to get a live experiment going… So Shannon Dosemagen and Sara Wylie of the Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science rigged their own mapping kit using a red weather balloon, carved up plastic bottles, a ...

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  • The 6th IEEE Conference on Digital Ecosystem Technologies and Complex Environment Engineering

    The 6th IEEE Conference on Digital Ecosystem Technologies and Complex Environment Engineering, which will be held from the 18th-20th June in Campione d’Italia, Italy, has a track that may be of interest to those attending the London Citizen Cyberscience Summit: “TRACK G: PLATFORMS FOR SOCIAL AN...

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  • Mapping for Change

    Mapping for Change specialises in work on involving local communities in changing, developing or sustaining their environment and in helping them make the links between their local problems and bigger national and global issues through the application of mapping. The social enterprise provides part...

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  • Help us make a noise map of London

    The BrusSense team invites you to noise map London together with us. Please use our free NoiseTube software to measure the sound levels around you, wherever you are and whenever you please. Contributions from the conference area are especially welcomed as they will allow us a more detailed analysis ...

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  • High School Students to talk at Citizen Cyberscience Summit

    This year’s Second London Citizen Cyberscience Summit, a sequel to the first one barely 18 months ago, which really signaled the launch of the CCC, is shaping up to be a big deal! Of course, lots of big name researchers will be there. But what made the first Summit so special, and we’r...

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