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 1100+ citizen science projects spanning every field of research, task and age group, there’s something for everyone!
There are so many ways to engage in Citizen Science Day on April 13. Participate in any SciStarter affiliate project to earn a personalized certificate.
Start with the Stall Catchers Megathon, a gamified, online inter-generational game to accelerate research on Alzheimer’s!
Join the virtual SciStarter Megathon team or organize or join an in-person Megathon meet-up. Find all you need on CitizenScienceDay.org .
Citizen Science Day and the Stall Catchers Megathon will be spotlighted on Science Friday April 12 between 2-4pm. In the interim, check out what Arizona State University is saying about Citizen Science Day and the Megathon!
Near Cambridge, MA? Come to theCambridge Science Festival. April 13, 12-4 pm to meet Lea Shell from SciStarter and Science Cheerleaders Hilary and Theresa. Science Cheerleaders are current and former pro cheerleaders pursuing STEM careers!
Location: Cambridge, MA
#CitSciDay2019 coincides with the final day of the American Library Association (ALA)’s #NationalLibraryWeek! Libraries do amazing work bringing citizen science to their communities. Here’s how you can celebrate: ala.org/nlw .
Many free resources for librarians are featured on the Citizen Science Day page including guide, webinars, posters, bookmarks and more!
SciStarter now partners with GotScience Magazine, an arm of Science Connected, to produce the Citizen Science Connected Blog. This blog is part of the SciStarter Syndicated Blog Network, which includes the Discover Magazine Citizen Science Salon, SciStarter, and GotScience Magazine Citizen Science Connected blog platforms.
Check out our latest book review on the Citizen Science Connected blog platform hosted by GotScience Magazine.