Open-Seneca, University of Cambridge is collaborating with the University of Nairobi, Science and Technology Park, Maker Space to build low-cost mobile air pollution sensors.
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Open-Seneca is a project that aims to create a global air quality sensor network with the help of citizen science to build sensors, measure their air pollution exposure in a bid to raise awareness, initiate behavioral change and inform policy. 

On July 2, 2019, Maker Space in partnership with Open-Seneca,  UN- Habitat and Urban Pathways organized an air pollution sensor workshop to transfer the knowledge of how to build the sensors with open-source software and hardware

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Expiry Date: 
Wed, 2019-07-31 (All day)