First VLINDER weather stations left

The first demo moment for teachers took place on 2 October in Ghent. Teachers and stakeholders from 14 selected secondary schools from Flanders and Brussels were given an explanation about the VLINDER project. Schools were told what the scientific objectives of the project entail and how they can get started with the VLINDER project in[.....]

Presentation of the VLINDER network.

The many proposals for measuring locations result in a unique Flemish citizen science measuring network of 56 weather stations that will allow to gain new insights into the environmental influence on the weather. After a detailed analysis of all proposals submitted by secondary schools, the locations of the future VLINDER network are known. The wealth[.....]

Flanders wants to BUTLERY en masse.

The call to the Flemish secondary schools to participate in the VLINDER (VLaanderen IN DE WEeR) citizen science project has received a lot of response. In recent months, no fewer than 160 secondary schools , representing 115,000 Flemish students , have registered to participate in the VLINDER project. In this civil science project, funded by[.....]

Last weeks to register, coming to Brussels …

Interested schools that are not yet registered have 2 weeks left to register for VLINDER. With 2 weeks ahead, many interesting locations have arrived from schools. Today we see the largest response from East Flanders and West Flanders. But the other Flemish provinces are also well represented with very varied locations. Extra locations and schools[.....]

Registration VLINDER flows in

After the successful launch of the VLINDER project at the Heilig-Grafinstituut in Turnhout at the end of January, registrations are in full swing. The interest of secondary schools in this civil science project appears to be high. After just 2 weeks, there are already around 50 secondary schools that have applied for the project. The[.....]