Introducing SciStarter 2.0; built with you in mind.

By September 19th, 2017 at 10:03 pm | Comment

You spoke, we listened. So come on over and check out the new SciStarter, your source for real science you can do! We feature more than 1600 current opportunities for you (yup, you!) to advance scientific research, locally or globally.

Help scientists and community leaders monitor the quality of water, air and soil near you. Learn how to report levels of light pollution, a serious issue affecting sleeping and nesting habits of wildlife (not to mention it’s the reason you probably can’t see the Milky Way!). Or help Alzheimer’s researchers analyze real brain blood flow movies and simply click an image to record when blood vessels are stalled.

With support from the National Science Foundation and others, and your feedback, we’ve created new features for participants, projects owners, and researchers. We hope you like your dashboard, for example, where you can bookmark, join, or track your contributions to projects and events of interest to you, connect with scientists, find other participants, and so much more.

Will you kindly fill out your profile then complete this survey to let us know what you think about the new features?

Your feedback will help us understand where we need to put our efforts next in order to support your interests and needs in citizen science.

Cheers!

The SciStarter Team

Want more citizen science? Check out SciStarter’s Project Finder! With 1600+ citizen science projects spanning every field of research, task and age group, there’s something for everyone!

Categories: Citizen Science

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