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. Read more
The Scent project has a new LinkedIn page you can follow for project developments and for interesting news from the world of citizen science. Read more
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. Read more
You can now watch a new animated video about the Scent project. Read more
• Scientists from the EU-funded Scent research project have developed two new gaming apps, Scent Explore and Scent Measure, to monitor changes in the environment in flood-prone regions.
• Scent Explore enables citizens to monitor river parameters, such as water level and velocity, and Scent Measure measures soil moisture and air temperature – helping to improve the accuracy of land use/land cover maps and flood models.
• Scent is looking for volunteers to test the new apps in the flood-prone region of Attica, Greece between 15 and 18 November 2018.
• Become a ‘citizen scientist’, visit the beautiful areas near the Kifissos river and make your contribution towards the protection of the local environment by taking part in the pilot testing of the Scent project. Register here. Read more
Scent is part of a growing citizen science movement to address critical environmental challenges and to provide citizen-centered solutions. Read more
Between 12 and 20 August, more than 100 volunteers gathered in Tulcea, Romania, for the first Scent pilot campaign on the Danube Delta. This was the first of a series of pilot campaigns the Scent project is organising in Romania and Greece to test new applications developed by the project to enable citizens to monitor changes in their environment.
- Scientists across Europe have developed a new augmented reality game called ‘Scent Explore’ to enable and encourage citizens to monitor their local environments
- It’s one of four new Apps developed by the Scent Project to improve the accuracy of existing flood risk maps by more than 15%
- Scent is a European Union research project funded under the Horizon 2020 programme
Scientists across Europe have developed a new augmented reality game to enable and encourage citizens to monitor their local environments. Read more
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 688930.