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An increasing number of people carries a mobile phone with internet, camera and large computing power. iSPEX, an add-on with complementary app, instantly turns a smartphone into a scientific instrument to measure dust in our atmosphere. The user attaches the add-on on the phone and points it towards blue sky and takes a picture, it… Read more »
The National newspaper Reformatorisch Dagblad mentioned the kick-off of the iSPEX project and the posibility to register on it’s website.
22 February, a weblog about Apps for safetyprofessionals iArbo.nl published an article about iSPEX
Leiden, 22 February 2013 Project iSPEX has officially started – registration for participation opened AT THE MOMENT THIS PROJECT IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE NETHERLANDS. PARTICIPATION OUTSIDE THE NETHERLANDS IS NOT POSSIBLE Click here to participate in the iSPEX project! Registration for the large citizen science-project iSPEX, “Measure aerosols with your smartphone” is opened. As of… Read more »
On Februari 17, the Dutch national newspaper Volkskrant, published an article on citizen science with iSPEX as an example. The article has the title: A growing army of amatures helps with scientific research
https://twitter.com/HesterVolten/status/302375571176955904 Dutch national newspaper Trouw interviewed Hester Volten, member of the iSPEX team about our citizen science project.
dichtbij.nl, the website that bring local news, published an article on the iSPEX project. It also states that enrolling in the project can also be done via milieucentrum rotterdam.
The Februari edition of the Nederlands Tijdschrift voor de Natuurkunde (Dutch Magazine of Physics, NTvN) placed iSPEX on their cover and published an interview with Frans Snik about iSPEX. Read more on the NTvN website.
Interessante presentatie gezien over #iSPEX bij #RHDHV. Toekomst voor luchtkwaliteitmetingen? — sander teeuwisse (@STeeuwisse) 31 januari 2013