Science For Citizens
Digests from the front lines of citizen science. Reporters illuminate the people and ideas behind the hundreds of fascinating citizen science projects aggregated on this blog's parent site, http://www.scienceforcitizens.net . Meet the researchers and the volunteers working with them to change how science gets done. Learn about their project. Then get involved in advancing scientific research!
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Wednesday, April 22 9:00am – 12:00pm Excite Center 3401 Market St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104 In partnership with Drexel University’s Center for Science, Technology & Society and the ExCITe Center, this event will workshop digital projects and their platforms to improve accessibility and empower citizen scientists.SciStarter.com is a Philly start-up with international reach featuring 1,000 citizen […]Find more posts like SciStarter and Citizen Science at […]
Thisi a guest post by Aaron Pomerantz, a version of which originally appeared on the author’s website The Next Gen Scientist. Search through hundreds of citizen science projects on SciStarter to find one that gets you buzzing! A recent study has revealed thirty species that are new to science living in the bustling city of Los […]Find more posts like Citizen Science Helps Discover Thirty New Species Where You Would Least Expect It by Editorial Team on the SciStarter Blog. […]
My name is Hined Rafeh, and I’m a first year graduate student at Drexel University studying Science, Technology, and Society. I am interested in studying citizen science and mixing it up with project owners, participants and everyone in between. I hope to meet you and other members of the SciStarter community at some of the […]Find more posts like Meet the Spring interns! by Darlene Cavalier on the SciStarter Blog. Your source for citizen science and other science you can do.
by Aditi Joshi Are you a resident of the northern US or Canada? You can help scientists to spot amphibians! Welcome Spring! As the temperature rises, the beauty of spring unfolds: snow melts, flowers bloom, and birds begin to chirp. In the amphibian world, spring marks the beginning of breeding activities. Among amphibians, wood frogs […]Find more posts like ‘Snapshots in Time’: Spotting a Spotted Salamander by Abigail Collins on the SciStarter Blog. Your source for citizen […]
Microbes are germs and they are everywhere! Most are good for you. Some are not. Learning more about microbes (where they live, how they behave) can teach us more about their influence on diseases, cures, and our entire ecosystem. Here are five microbial citizen science projects you can do now. Cheers! The SciStarter Team American Gut When […]Find more posts like We want your germs! For Citizen Science! by Arvind Suresh (Editor) on the SciStarter Blog. Your source […]
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