Bastian is a Senior Researcher within the Tools, Practices, Systems programme at the Alan Turing Institute in London, where he and his team are working on how to openly co-create citizen science projects. Bastian is an avid fan of Open (Source|Access|Science|Culture|.*), in 2011 he co-founded openSNP – a open source citizen science project that puts personal genetics data into the public domain. He also acts as the Director of Research for Open Humans – a non-profit that provides open digital and social infrastructure around personal-data driven citizen science and self-research.In a former life he was a biologist/bioinformatician who did a PhD on how symbiotic relationships influence genomic evolution.
Episode 36: Georgia Aitkenhead, Bastian Greshake Tzovaras, and Susanna Fantoni of The Alan Turing Institute on AutSPACEs
January 24th, 2023 | 40 mins 46 secs
Georgia, Bastian, and Susanna of The Alan Turing Institute talk about an open-source project they are working on called, AutSPACEs, which is a co-designed citizen science platform that investigates autism and sensory processing.