SciStarter’s database of citizen science projects now featured on AllForGood.org and Serve.gov . Federal employees will now be able to find and join SciStarter’s citizen science projects just in time for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, when everyone is encouraged to participate in a Day of Service. All For Good, a service of Points of … Read more “SciStarter’s database of citizen science projects now featured on AllForGood.org and Serve.gov”
Earlier this month, I had the immense honor of sharing the stage with Bill Nye and some fascinating thought leaders in space exploration from academia and industry, thanks to the leaders at Arizona State University’s New Space. We talked about colonizing Mars, mining asteroids, women in STEM and more. Amid all the exciting, forward-looking discussions, bolstered … Read more “My 10-year citizen science journey.”
Check ’em out! We thought it would be interesting to share the growth in the number of projects added to SciStarter’s Project Finder so our developer, Daniel Arbuckle, put this chart together (it doesn’t account for 100 or so projects awaiting images and additional information before we publish them!):
Press Release – Astronomy enthusiasts can join forces with researchers through a partnership between Astronomy magazine and SciStarter A “citizen science” movement is sweeping the country. Now, astronomy enthusiasts who want to collaborate with leading scientists can visit Astronomy.com to join cutting-edge research projects.
The Simons Foundation just awarded a grant to SciStarter that will enable more communities, media partners, and websites to duplicate its valuable “Project Finder” feature and database of projects on their own pages. SciStarter aggregates more than 1100 citizen science projects on a single website in order to connect scientists and community leaders with anyone who … Read more “Scistarter’s Project Finder Will Soon Be More Readily Available to Everyone to Guide Citizen Scientists to Pertinent Research Projects”
The National Science Foundation has just awarded a $300,000 Pathways grant to Arizona State University’s Center for Engagement and Training in Science and Society for the development of SciStarter 2.0. The grant will advance the growing field of citizen and community science, which enables everyday people to contribute to authentic research. SciStarter 2.0 Creates an … Read more “National Science Foundation Grant Enables Arizona State University to Develop SciStarter 2.0 to Advance Citizen Science”