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Extreme Citizen Science (ExCiteS) is a situated, bottom-up practice that takes into account local needs, practices and culture and works with broad networks of people to design and build new devices and knowledge creation processes that can transform the world.


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Doing it Together Science (DITOs)

DITOs is a European-wide project focused on promoting change in the way the public engages with science and innovation through Citizen Science.
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WeGovNow!

WeGovNow uses innovative technologies to overcome limitations of existing digital tools in the context of citizen reporting, e-participation, and citizen-government communication.
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Challenging RISK Profile

Challenging RISK

Challenging RISK (Resilience by Integrating Societal and Technical Knowledge) is concerned with socially integrated mitigation of multiple structural risks in the urban environment.
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ExCiteS Software

Researchers in ExCiteS have created bespoke technologies to address the challenges around collecting, sharing and visualising geographic information with a variety of communities.
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Latest Blog Posts 

A visit with multiple stories of water in Israel and Palestine

Tuesday, 29 May 2018

Just over two weeks ago I returned from a 7-day visit to Israel and Palestine. As a part of the ExCiteS Intelligent Maps team, and in the first year of my PhD in Anthropology at UCL, I was there to explore possible settings for research, with a focus on water infrastructure, systems of care, environmental … Continue reading

International Light Day at UCL

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

A few months ago, Muki received an e-mail from the astrophysicist and writer Lucie Green. She, along with UCL’s Astrophysics department, Nature Communications and others, were planning an event for International Light Day, and wondered if UCL ExCiteS could participate by showcasing some citizen science. The event was aimed at schoolchildren, aged 11-13, as older ones … Continue reading

The role of Sapelli in collecting indigenous weather/climate forecast data

Tuesday, 01 May 2018

THIS IS A GUEST POST BY EMMANUEL NYADZI – A PHD RESEARCHER AT WAGENINGEN UNIVERSITY. The impact of climate variability and change is real in Ghana; a phenomenon affecting several sectors of the economy and ecological zones. Critical among these sectors is agriculture for which Northern Ghana is the most susceptible as it falls within the … Continue reading