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

About the project
5
Citizen Science Initiatives (CSIs)
11
Partners
7
European countries and Uganda
24
Supporting entities
3
Years, runs from March 2021 to February 2024
2
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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Citizen science in health research: A perspective

Patients and citizens (members of the public) are at the heart of health science research.…
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Step Change releases its open educational resources designed to support citizen science initiatives

Developed by our team from the Centre for Social Innovation (ZSI), in charge of mutual…
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Innovative approaches to energy, such as energy communities and the tenant electricity model, can contribute to the energy transition

Our Citizen Science Initiative on energy communities, led by our German team from Women Engage…

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#Solarpanels from food waste

The AuReus system, winner of the James Dyson Sustainability Award, converts waste crops into cladding that can generate clean energy from ultraviolet (UV) light.

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New #FridayRead 🔖 Achievements and challenges in our roadmap implementation phase🧐 This article discusses the work done so far by our Implementers:
🔸Monitoring & mutual learning
🔸Achievements & challenges of the implementation
🔸Next steps
Read more👉 https://www.time4cs.eu/news/the-time4cs-roadmap-implementation-phase-is-running-with-achievements-and-challenges

#Citizenscience in health research: A perspective

We explore how #citsci can be used to enhance #healthresearch and provide patients and the communities affected by illness a way to play an active part in research, rather than just being a test subject.

https://stepchangeproject.eu/citizen-science-in-health-research-a-perspective/

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