A Framework in Science and Technology to promote creativity, scientific literacy, and innovation throughout Europe.
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The German platform for Citizen Science would like to attend this year's Forum Citizen Science at the University of Münster from 26 to 27 September 2019.
"How to impact decision making with citizen observatories" - parallel events in Kenya, Zambia, Spain, Sweden, Belgium and The Netherlands
We would like to gather the main stakeholders within citizen science in Denmark, to evaluate progress and to support and encourage collaboration and exchange knowledge.
Context and Aim of the Workshop: This workshop was organised by the JRC work packages DigiTranScope, CSData and HUMAINT, in collaboration with the COST Action Citizen Science to promote creativity, scientific literacy, and innovation throughout Europe. The workshop was the first event within this COST Action devoted to the interaction between machine learning and action learning in citizen science, and aimed to raise awareness about opportunities and issues emerging from this interrelation.
This is to inform you that the Vademecum has been updated and is now online: https://www.cost.eu/funding/how-to-get-funding/documents-and-guidelines/
We would like to gather the best possible contributions for this topic development in the book chapter.