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Discover’s Science Images of the Year 2019

The single most compelling science image of the year is indisputable. The first picture of a black hole, released by […]

Discover’s Science Images of the Year 2019

The single most compelling science image of the year is indisputable. The first picture of a black hole, released by […]

6 Ways to Dive Into the Science of Thanksgiving

Avoid the Black Friday crowds and deepen your holiday enjoyment with these citizen science projects to get you out of […]

6 Ways to Dive Into the Science of Thanksgiving

Avoid the Black Friday crowds and deepen your holiday enjoyment with these citizen science projects to get you out of […]

Citizen Science Around the World

Join the global movement. Citizen science provides many ways to explore topics you are curious or concerned about, from anywhere […]

Citizen Science in Australia: Spotlight on Michelle Neil

As the interviewer and the author of this post, I’ll reveal my bias now: meeting Michelle Neil, the secretary and […]

“How To” Citizen Science Videos on YouTube!

Select Category Select CategoryAstronomyBioengineeringbookBook ReviewcalendarCitizen Sciencecitizen science dayClassroomConservationEducationEnvironmentEventEventsGamingGiraffesHealth & MedicineIn the NewsInsectsLiving WorldMind & BrainNewsNewsletterProject ProfileResearchSpace & PhysicsTechnologyThis Day in […]

What Science Says About Using Sleep Medications

Medications for better sleep are ubiquitous. But they’re no cure-all. (Credit: YAKOBCHUK VIACHESLAV/Shutterstock) The importance of a good night’s rest […]

Can One Beer a Day Increase Your Cancer Risk? The Science Says Yes

Does alcohol cause cancer? Here’s what recent research tells us. (Credit: Mateone/Shutterstock) Humans and the bottle go a long way […]

Can One Beer a Day Increase Your Cancer Risk? The Science Says Yes

Does alcohol cause cancer? Here’s what recent research tells us. (Credit: Mateone/Shutterstock) Humans and the bottle go a long way […]

Human Impact: Climate Change and Citizen Science

This blog post is an edited excerpt from Human Impact, a new publication from Science Connected. Edited by Kate Stone and Shayna Keyles, Human […]

Five ways your dog can do science. Woof!

We’re in the dog days of summer, and National Dog Day is August 26. You and your dog can celebrate […]

This Week in Science News: Maya Warfare, Lucid Dreams, Ancient Galaxies

We’ve got: Maya warfare, giant extinct parrots, ancient galaxies, space travel radiation, a pill for lucid dreams, and more. Maya […]

The Science Behind Your Inexplicable Food Cravings

(Credit: Nick Fewings/Unsplash) You swallow your last bite of lunch and head back to your desk. A stack of papers […]

The Science Behind Your Inexplicable Food Cravings

(Credit: Nick Fewings/Unsplash) You swallow your last bite of lunch and head back to your desk. A stack of papers […]

Right at Home with Citizen Science

Explore one of the least scientifically studied places on the planet: your home! Our editors picked these five projects to […]

Turning Passion into Protection: Citizen Science at the Beach with the Surfrider Foundation

Heading to the beach this weekend? Consider engaging in water quality testing with the Surfrider Foundation. The Surfrider Foundation is a […]