This blogpost is the second part of the blogpost Crisis Mapping By Affected Agro-Pastoralists in 🇪🇹 Ethiopia: Crowdsourcing for Food … More
In the Lower Omo Valley in Ethiopia, a food security crisis is unfolding. According to the Famine Early Warning Systems … More
*Recording and slides are available here. This Webinar is part of the ongoing PhD project titled: Whose land? Whose map? … More
What if science and society deployed themselves inside one single dynamic adventure?
Extreme Citizen Science is a philosophy of situated bottom-up initiatives and local practices which take into account local needs, practices … More
“Learning by teaching”, a reflection on running a DIY Arduino glow-worm-making workshop.
Today, we’re starting a new research project, in which we will work closely with our social enterprise ‘Mapping for Change‘. … More
Take one computer scientist, one geographer, one anthropologist, two quadcopter drones and eight Android smartphones to the Congo for a … More
Motivations and Engagement in Citizen Science Post by Dr. Charlene Jennett One of our goals in Citizen Cyberlab is to … More
Subject: I had an Arduino evening From: Asako To: Cindy Cindy! Hooray, my Arduino did the blinking!! and the light turned on when … More