Citizen science will be the subject of the next NetBCNLab

Barcelona Lab takes up again meetings to present and disseminate creative and innovative city projects

The first NetBCNLab meeting of the year will be in the library of Sagrada Familia and citizen science will be the subject.
 

The projects presented at the meeting to establish conversation and collective discussion are: Observadors del Mar, AtrapaelTigre.com, Abelles Urbanes, Bee-Path and experiments within the DAU Barcelona Games Festival.
 

In the meeting there will be also projects like Punt d'Informació Aerobiology and CitizenSqKm. Although these projects are still in development, they will provide very interesting data on citizen science.
 

NetBCNLab is an activity organized by Barcelona Lab. It is a free and open participative journey, where attendees can express themselves openly, present their proposal or offer help in any of the projects presented. You must sign in to attend to the meeting.
 

NetBCNLab
Date: January 26
Hours: 18h to 20h
Location: Library Sagrada Familia (Provença 480)
Free sign in

Publication date: Thursday, 22 January 2015
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