Australia! Get your free Citizen Science Apps on the SPOTTERON platform

Monday, 12 February 2018 21:33

SPOTTERON goes Australia! We are happy to announce that we are giving away a customised geo-locatable free Citizen Science app among all members of the Australian Citizen Science Association that take part in the competition and tell us how their proposed geo-locatable citizen science app will increase scientific knowledge.

The tailor-made app will be available to download for free for all interested citizen scientists in the Google Play and Apple App stores and kept updated by SPOTTERON for a minimum of 2 years. The competition already started last week as part of the Australian Citizen Science Conference 2018 and will close on 30th March 2018.

We wish all contestants the best of luck and are super excited to find out what kind of project will soon be running on the SPOTTERON platform!

More infos: 
https://www.citizenscience.org.au/citscioz18-conference-information/spotteron-competition/

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