The Citizen Cyberlab is a partnership between the European Particle Physics Laboratory, CERN, the UN Institute for Training and Research, UNITAR, and the University of Geneva. IN the lab, researchers from many disciplines develop methods and study motivations for new forms of public participation in research.
URPP Dynamics of Healthy Aging, UZH
At the University Research Priority Program (URPP) Dynamics of Healthy Aging, researchers examine the stabilization of psychological health and quality of life at low, intermediate and high levels of functioning from middle adulthood to advanced old age.
People and Computing Lab, Department of Informatics, UZH
People and Computing Lab is part of the Human-Computer Interaction group at the University of Zurich. The group takes an approach to research that goes beyond interface design and usability, and focuses on gaining a deep, contextualized understanding of the relationship between people and computing technologies.
Citizen Science Network Austria (CSNA)
The Citizen Science Network Austria is coordinated by the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna, and includes partner institutions in Austria and beyond. The network aims at promoting quality Citizen Science and strengthen the dialogue between science and society.
Science et Cité – Schweiz forscht
The Citizen Science Network Switzerland is coordinated by Science et Cité, an independent foundation committed to the «Dialogue between Science and Society». Science et Cité provides a central point of contact and network for citizens, researchers and media professionals interested in Citizen Science. In addition, it operates «Switzerland forscht» - the platform for Citizen Science projects in Switzerland.
CrowdWater is a citizen science project to collect hydrological data. The goal is to develop a cheap and easy to use method of data collection that can be used to predict floods and low flow.
Seminar for Film Studies, UZ
"Bridging the Gap Between Technology and Aesthetics", part of the project "Film Colors" funded by the European Research Council (ERC), examines the relationship between the technical processes and the aesthetics of films.
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