We’ve got more than a hundred (!!!) events lined up for Citizen Science Month this year. You can find the full list of citizen science events on our calendar, spanning everything from the future of health and medicine to water quality and events about how to train your brain. Whatever you’re interested in…there’s an event for that!
Ready to get citizen science-ing, but not sure where to begin? Featured citizen science projects, including Globe at Night and Stall Catchers, make great introductions to citizen science. Look for special events from both during April.
April 1, All Day
ScIC “Science is Cool” is brought to you by PocketLab, a science technology company founded by teachers.
This upcoming ScIC Unconference is in honor of Citizen Science Month.
Presenters include: StarTalk with Neil deGrasse Tyson and Chuck Nice, National Geographic Education, Science Friday, PocketLab, PhET Interactive Simulations, Exploratorium, Ngen TV Africa, Kesler Science, Activate Learning, SciStarter, plus Dr. Liz Warren, Senior Program Director for the International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory
Spend your Saturday morning with National Geographic’s “Weird But True!” and PBS’s “SciGirls” in an event presented by SciStarter. The event will be hosted by Kid Reporters from TIME for Kids who will moderate the live event, interview celebrities and make sure YOUR questions get answered!
April 16 at 2 PM ET
Did you know you can help make new scientific discoveries by gaming online? Participate in one (or all!) of our most popular citizen science games: Stall Catchers, Eterna and Neureka. Best of all, you can play from anywhere!
Discover more citizen science on the SciStarter calendar. Did you know your SciStarter dashboard helps you track your contributions to projects? Complete your profile to access free tools. Want even more citizen science? Check out SciStarter’s Project Finder! With citizen science projects spanning every field of research, task and age group, there’s something for everyone!