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Citizen Science Needed to Help Feed the World

For more than a hundred years, the United States government has paired university scientists with local farmers to study how […]

Calling all librarians: Invitation to participate in Citizen Science Day 2019

Dear Librarian, Libraries and similar venues are public spaces where community members, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, economic level, or […]

Five ways to integrate citizen science into your New Year’s Resolutions

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Book Review: Citizen Science for Now and for Always

Mary Ellen Hannibal, Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction, New York, NY: The Experiment, 2016. […]

12 Days of Christmasy Citizen Science

Our editors found 12 projects related to the 12 Days of Christmas jingle. Ok, some are a stretch, but we […]

SciStarter in the Classroom – Citizen Science Salon : Citizen Science Salon

Here are our picks of the week for educators and learners (and, really, aren’t we all life-long learners?). Each project […]

Discovery Kids Dinosaur Excavation Kit – Triceratops

Discovery Kids Dinosaur Excavation Kit – Triceratops

Please subscribe! https://youtube.com/ToyNotes I love a good hands-on toy that involves mystery and science. The Discovery Kids Dinosaur Excavation Kit […]

A Year of Citizen Science Calendar: December

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Dimetrodon is Not A Dinosaur

Dimetrodon is Not A Dinosaur

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Submit your own photos of misinformed Dimetrodon toys and games to http://isnotadinosaur.tumblr.com ! Learn more about the Field Museum’s fossil […]

Give the gift of citizen science this year!

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Titanoboa: Monster Snake - Titanoboa Vs. T-Rex

T Rex Videos – Titanoboa: Monster Snake – Titanoboa Vs. T-Rex

It’s the ultimate battle of the predators – the monster snake’s unbelievable power against the tyrannosaurus’ giant bite. They lived […]

How-To Festival Brings Makers and Citizen Science Together

Mid-September in Maine is a time when there is some relief from hot days, but there is no real sign […]

SNAPSHOT: Enemy Anemones Square Off For Science

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SNAPSHOT: Enemy Anemones Square Off For Science

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Sticky Science: Evolution of Spiderwebs

Orb weavers, from the grouping Orbiculariae, make the classic, wheel-shaped spiderweb, as well as other intriguing designs. This tree hosts […]

Episode 09 - What Did The Dinosaurs Look Like?

Episode 09 – What Did The Dinosaurs Look Like?

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More Confusing Science of the Embassy “Sonic Attack”

Earlier this year, I posted on how Sergio Della Salla, the editor of Cortex, criticized a headline-grabbing JAMA paper that […]

More Confusing Science of the Embassy “Sonic Attack”

Earlier this year, I posted on how Sergio Della Salla, the editor of Cortex, criticized a headline-grabbing JAMA paper that […]

The Science Leading Up to an Ultima Thule New Years Flyby

This New Years, the New Horizons spacecraft will make a historic flyby of Ultima Thule, a Kuiper belt object. Leading […]