· Scientists and researchers across Europe have developed new citizen science technology · The apps – named ‘Scent Explore’ and ‘Scent Measure’ enable and encourage citizens to monitor their local environments – helping improve the accuracy of land use/land cover maps and flood models. · Scent researchers are looking for people in Greece to volunteer […]
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Registration is now open for the Scent Showcase taking place in Athens, Greece on 20 – 21 June 2019. You can register for free by clicking here.
Scent has launched the Scent Appathon – a competition for developers to build a new smartphone app to train citizen scientists in environmental monitoring. You can take part and be in with the chance of winning a trip to Athens to present your app at the Scent Showcase.
Ecologist with the Romanian Ornithological Society, Kinga Cîmpan shares her experiences of organising and taking part in the Scent citizen science pilot campaigns on the Danube Delta in Romania.
On 20-21 June 2019, the Scent project will host the Scent Showcase in Athens, Greece. This is an opportunity for you to experience the new innovations in environmental monitoring.
More than 10,000 pieces of valuable environmental data were collected by Scent volunteers during Scent pilot campaigns in Athens, Greece and the Danube Delta, Romania in 2018. Take a look at our new infographic with all the statistics from our first campaigns.
You can now read a round up of the media coverage for the first Scent pilot campaigns here.
You can now watch the new Scent animation with subtitles in Greek and Romanian.
The Scent project has a new LinkedIn page you can follow for project developments and for interesting news from the world of citizen science.
More than 300 school students in Romania and Athens are taking part in the recently developed Scent Education Programme. The students, between the ages of 11 and 12 ,are taking part in special pilots of the new programme which was designed by the Scent project to engage students in local, national and international environmental issues.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 688930.