Cos4Cloud, a European Horizon 2020 project to boost citizen science technologies

We are developing eleven technological services to improve citizen observatories by helping them to increase the quantity and the quality of observations.

How is Cos4Cloud boosting
citizen science technologies?

Support open data

Get and generate open data from an extensive coverage area cost-effectively and on a budget to improve your research. Already managing a citizen observatory?

Use citizen science as a powerful tool for your research

Not familiar with this concept? Learn about citizen science and how to take advantage of it!

Join us to monitor the environment

Register for our events and activities to monitor invasive species, plants, air and water quality and odour pollution with our citizen observatories. Learn and have fun!

Access and process lots of data

Citizen science is a great source of data waiting to be analysed. With Cos4Cloud you can get large data sets more easily thanks to the cutting-edge technologies we are developing.

Be part of our community!

Help us to co-create and test the new generation of services for citizen observatories. Everyone is welcome to participate!

Citizen Science Innovation

Cos4Cloud relies on the participation of a network of 9 citizen observatories focused on biodiversity and the environment domain. These platforms will be responsible for testing the different services with their users.

What are the achievements of
the citizen observatories in Cos4Cloud?

Upcoming Events

Do you want to discover citizen science and have a fun time?

Join us for any of our webinars, conferences, science cafe, BioBlitz, Hackathon, Datathon, Social Media Event and much more!

Create your activity!

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News & Stories

Read our latest news!
Discover Sea Watch Foundation’s work on citizen science and read the interview with its director!
Don’t miss the story of Maria Kyriakidou, one of the students; and the views Maria collected from two co-students of her, Katia Schiza and Dimitra Tsikerdi, through an informal interview she had with each of them!