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What do early radar images of hurricanes, handwritten ship logs, and backyard rain gauges all have in common?
February 8, 2013 A 14-year-old boy in Donetsk, Ukraine, recently made a fascinating discovery halfway around the world and 894 metres under the sea. Kirill Dudko was watching Neptune Canada's live-stream footage of the ocean floor near Vancouver
Story The Globe and Mail Editorial cartoon video It isn't news to anyone that the Earth is warming, that sea levels are slowly rising, that snow and ice are receding worldwide. We know these things are happening and grudgingly allow that people are
More than half a million people have joined the Open Air Laboratories (Opal) project, designed to get people outdoors and involved in scientific research. Since its launch in 2007, more than 25,000 sites including areas never before sampled by
ubiome.com">uBiome, the first citizen science effort to map the human microbiome, is the world’s largest successful citizen science crowdfunding campaign in history (http://
European Space Agency, and captured by the Hubble Space Telescope, shows the deepest image of the universe ever taken in near-infrared light. The faintest and reddest objects in the image are galaxies that formed 600 million years after the Big Bang.
tool goes here Fresno High science teacher Bruce Williford was among about 25 people counting birds on the north side of the city and beyond -- and adding to valuable scientific data. The Fresno contingent took part Saturday in the 113th annual
The site allows users to identify animals by describing physical characteristics, in order to narrow the search down, explained Dr Lintott. It is the latest citizen science study organised by the Zooniverse project, led by the University of Oxford
Meredith Patterson on a manifesto for the biopunk movement: The prevalence of citizen science has fallen. Who are the twentieth-century equivalents of Benjamin Franklin, Edward Jenner, Marie Curie or Thomas Edison? Perhaps Steve Wozniak, Bill Hewlett,