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  • What is citizen science?
    In very simple terms, citizen science involves scientific projects that have been carried out with the help of, or entirely by, interested amateurs. These citizen scientists formulate research questions, report observations, take measurements, assess data and/or write publications. One requirement…
  • About Österreich forscht
    Our vision In the future it should be just as normal to work in a citizen science project as to be a member of an association, e.g. the voluntary fire brigade or a music ensemble. We want people to see…
The Natural History Museum in Vienna houses world-famous and unique exhibits, such as the 29,500-year-old Venus of Willendorf, the Stellers manatee, which became extinct over 200 years ago, or huge dinosaur skeletons. Furthermore, the world's largest and oldest meteorite display collection with the spectacular new addition, the Mars meteorite "Tissint",…
We are very pleased to welcome the University of Applied Sciences Carinthia (FH Kärnten) as a new partner in the Citizen Science Network Austria. The Carinthian University of Applied Sciences lives the model of direct practical relevance. Full-time and part-time employees as well as guest lecturers from industry and business…
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It is with great pleasure that we welcome our newest and at the same time most western member of the Citizen Science Network Austria: the inatura in Dornbirn. The inatura is not only an interactive exhibition space where visitors can learn everything about the nature of Vorarlberg, it also offers…
Since its foundation in 1970, the University of Klagenfurt has established itself as a leading voice in the canon of Austrian universities, as a globally networked research institution and as a hub for knowledge acquisition, knowledge exchange and knowledge transfer in the entire Alps-Adriatic region. Together with the Universities of…
We are very pleased to welcome the Wiener Volkshochschulen (Vienna Adult Education Centres, VHS) to the Citizen Science Network Austria. The Vienna Adult Education Centres offer courses on a wide range of topics for an interested audience. These courses are spread all over the city and offer the right course…
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We are very pleased to welcome the University College for Agrarian and Environmental Pedagogy in Ober St. Veit to the Citizen Science Network Austria. It is Austria's only training centre for agricultural and environmental pedagogues, teachers from the agricultural education system and employees of the agricultural consulting and support service.…
With the Salzburg University of Applied Sciences, the third university of applied sciences is already part of the Citizen Science Network Austria. With 2700 students in the faculties of engineering, social and economic sciences, design, media and art and health sciences, the FH Salzburg offers practical training and applied research.…
The FH Campus Wien is the largest university of applied sciences in Austria. The FH Campus Wien offers over 6000 students a wide range of degree programmes in the fields of applied life sciences, engineering, building and design, public sector, health sciences, nursing science and social studies. After a jointly…
The Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik (ZAMG) is also a partner in the Citizen Science Network Austria. Founded in 1851, ZAMG is the national meteorological and geophysical service of Austria. We are particularly pleased about this partnership, as ZAMG has a long tradition of involving citizens in the observation of…
The Neusiedler See - Seewinkel National Park is the only steppe national park in Austria and is home to a wealth of animal and plant species. The National Park is particularly famous for the many bird species that can be observed there. This is why the National Park is also…
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