Minimizing the knowledge gap between Large Research Infrastructures and Society through Citizen Science
Minimizing the knowledge gap between Large Research Infrastructures and Society through Citizen Science

Citizens engagement to contribute to online frontier science

Creation of an active community of citizens who actively participate in scientific endeavors

Introduction of Responsible R&I in frontier Citizen Science Landscape

GOALS

Impact assessment of frontier citizen science in science and society

Creation of a policy roadmap for other large RI willing to implement citizen science projects

Explore the potential of frontier citizen science for inclusion and diversity

Demonstrators

GravitationalWave noise hunting

Deep Sea Hunters

Search for New Particles at the LHC

Interdisciplinary studies with Geoscience and Archaeology

Impacts

1.

Change in awareness and understanding of basic research and its impact on society

2.

Development of new knowledge and innovations by citizen

3.

Availability of evaluation data concerning the societal, democratic and economic costs and benefits of citizen science

4.

Indicators to measure the impact of citizen science activities

News & Events

New Insights

into the Mediterranean abyss

The Deep-Sea Hunter’s citizen science demonstrator will be exploiting the “eyes” and the “ears” of the KM3NeT detector in order to support KM3NeT’s scientists to increase their efficiency in their neutrino detection algorithms, while gaining a greater insight into the unexplored deep marine environment. We spoke with Paschal Coyle about it.

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