Science Transformation in EuroPe
through Citizens involvement in HeAlth,
coNservation and enerGy rEsearch

About the project
Citizen Science Initiatives (CSIs)
European countries and Uganda
Supporting entities
Years, runs from March 2021 to February 2024
Million, funded by the European Commission

Citizen Science Initiatives

Wildlife Conservation

Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

Energy Communities

Infectious Disease Outbreak Preparedness

Off-Grid Renewable Energy in Agriculture

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