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Project title: Starlight in the university: “Astrolab” Project leader: Prof. Jean-Pierre de Grève The project aims at fully developing and implementing a research tutorial, Astrolab, in universities in need of astronomy infrastructure and curriculum, allowing undergraduate students in sciences to perform real-time observations on a remote telescope, and transforming those observations in to a scientific […]
Project title: Accessible Citizen Science for the Developing World Project leader: Dr. Robert Simpson The Zooniverse (http://www.zooniverse.org) has excelled at producing engaging, high-quality citizen science websites that produce peer-reviewed scientific research, especially in astronomy (http://www.zooniverse.org/publications). Our teams work predominantly in the USA and UK and the majority of our 860,000-strong volunteers are situated in the […]
Project title: E-Teacher Training: Taking astronomy to the Portuguese Speaking Countries community Project leader: Dr. Lina Canas Supporting the philosophy of Galileo Teacher Training Program (http://www.galileoteachers.org/) an active and expanding legacy of the International Year of Astronomy and a program endorsed by IAU and UNESCO, the project “E-Teacher Training: Taking astronomy to the Portuguese Speaking […]
Project title: The Universe – our home full of wonders Project leader: Paweł Zieliński Regular updates on www.kosmospolita.mlynwiedzy.org.pl This project is a result of cooperation between science centre Innovation Centre Mill of Knowledge and New Space Foundation. Both parties are active on local level (Toruń, kujawsko-pomorskie region) and have been realizing projects and initiatives addressed to children, […]