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Emerging ICT for Citizens’ Veillance: Theoretical and Practical Insights

The European Joint Research Centre (JRC) aims to shape a wide range of EU policies by providing independent scientific guidance to the European Commission, and is composed of seven scientific facilities based in Belgium (Brussels and Geel), Germany (Karlsruhe), Italy (Ispra), the Netherlands (Petten) and Spain (Seville). It is interesting to see the growing interest in citizen science, as was … Continue reading

Citizen Cyberscience Summit 2014: Day 1 – Policy and Citizen Science

On the first day of Citizen Cyberscience Summit the Policy and Citizen Science session some of the noteworthy talks discussed the role of citizen science in policy making, new subjective approaches to impact measurement as well as the importance of feedback and value of data collected. For me, the session not only highlighted the importance … Continue reading

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