The start of the second phase of Cosmic Sense was featured in the TERENO newsletter 1/2022 (published July 2022, page 6)
Article about CRNS-based soil moisture measurements and Cosmic Sense in the german newspaper Welt (german only)
In preparation for the defense of the second phase of Cosmic Sense a short documentary was produced, featuring the activities of the Cosmic Sense team at the research site Marquardt.
On January 18, 2021, the IAEA (The International Atomic Energy Agency) posted an informational video on Youtube about the use of CRNS probes in agriculture. This video explains how the galactic cosmic ray can be utilized for monitoring landscape soil moisture to improve agricultural water-management. Access the video here.
On August 16, 2020, there was a television report on ARD about the use of the CRNS methodology, which is also of central importance in the Cosmic Sense project. Thanks to the scientific work in progress te project team expects the application of CRNS in many other field-/research- and practical area. For example, in cooperation with the "Stiftung Preussische Schlösser und Gärten Berlin Brandenburg" (Foundation for Prussian Palaces and Gardens Berlin Brandenburg) there is currently a CRNS sample measurement of the working group of Sascha Oswald in the Sanssouci Palace Park in Potsdam. The aim is to develop an optimal irrigation strategy for the park during the dry summer months.
Press release of the University of Potsdam about this project here (only in german language)
On 29 June 2019 there was a television report "Gut zu Wissen" from Bayrischer Rundfunk about our Cosmic Sense soil moisture measurement campaign, if you are interested you can watch the report here.
Press release of the Helmholtz Centre for Environmental Researchon the Joint Field Campaign, May 2019 (German only)
Press release of University of Potsdam on start of the Joint Field Campaign, May 2019 (German only)
For his PhD thesis and its presentation Martin Schrön has won the Klar-Text Prize of the Klaus-Tschira Stiftung in the category of Geosciences November 2018
Read his article here.