Yesterday we hosted the final event for our 5-year European Research Council-funded project Extreme Citizen Science: Analysis and Visualisation. And … More
Tag: Citizen science
Extreme Citizen Science: Analysis and Visualisation final event – join us!
It is with great pleasure that we invite you to an event that the Extreme Citizen Science research group is … More
System and Data-Driven Collaboration Framework: A Work in Progress
This blogpost is the second part of the blogpost Crisis Mapping By Affected Agro-Pastoralists in 🇪🇹 Ethiopia: Crowdsourcing for Food … More
Recognition of Indigenous People through Sapelli
Indigenous people believed to be a drag on society are in reality a major asset for conservation. We must recognise … More
WEBINAR: Inspiring innovation on China’s monitoring of water-related sustainable development goals (SDGs)
This Webinar is part of an ongoing PhD project, run by Yaqian Wu, supervised by Prof. Muki Haklay & Associate … More
Crowdsourced Blogging on the ECSA 2020 conference
From Monday 7th to Friday 11th September 2020, several of the ExCiteS group attended the ECSA Conference 2020. ECSA is … More
Why China needs citizen science (CS)?
Citizen science originated in North America and Europe and now seems to have become increasing popularly across other continents, including … More
The role of Sapelli in collecting indigenous weather/climate forecast data
THIS IS A GUEST POST BY EMMANUEL NYADZI – A PHD RESEARCHER AT WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY. The impact of climate variability and … More
Learning DIY glow-worm making
“Learning by teaching”, a reflection on running a DIY Arduino glow-worm-making workshop.
Forest People, Forest Elephants, and Forest Citizen Science in Cameroon
Since its initial development, Sapelli has been closely interlinked with conservation aims, ranging from resource monitoring in the Congo and CAR to … More