Stall Catchers part of school research project in Catalonia!

Yesterday I had the pleasure to be interviewed by Ruth & Noa - two 15 year old students from Catalonia, doing a school research project on video games and Alzheimer's!

Ruth reached out to us a couple weeks ago about including our citizen science game - Stall Catchers - in their study.

According to them, they picked a general topic of video games for their project, but then focused it on health and, specifically, Alzheimer's, because of the impact such games carry.

Ruth & Noa also interviewed Sea Hero Quest, and a set of brain stimulating games used in Alzheimer's research!

They're project is to be completed & presented in June - we'll try to share more details then!

Very honored to be part of it 💜 Good luck to Ruth & Noa in completing their study !

Egle (seplute)

Citizen Science Coordinator at EyesOnALZ, crazy about democratization of science & community participation :)

Lithuania

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