For their latest and possibly most ambitious crowd-sourcing project Cellslider, Zooniverse has partnered with Cancer Research UK to analyze archival cancer research data.
While computers have gotten better at image analysis, the majority of this type af analysis is Read More →
The connectome is the map of the connections between each of your neurons. According to Sebabstian Seung it is the connectome, more so than your DNA, that is responsible for the uniqueness of a person. To develop this theory Seung Read More →
The SETI institute and Zooniverse have just released a project called SETI Live which is seeking crowd sourced help in classifying signals coming in from the Allen Telescope Array. They are hoping that with the help of Read More →
Dr. Andrea Lucky and her team bring us a pretty interesting crowd sourced experiment on picnics most feared enemy, ants. All you have to do to take partis collect some ants from an urban environment (Apparently pecan sandies are Read More →
Genomera is a recently launched company with the mission of helping people understand and analyze their personal genomes. In the vein of their last study Butter Mind, They are currently holding a call for their next Citizen Science based genetic Read More →
Charles Harrison is working on a dissertation pertaining to Yew Trees in the UK and needs help collecting data. He is using an interesting iphone/android app called epicollect to allow anyone to submit Yew photos and relevant data(i.e. trunk width,location) Read More →
The Zooniverse is home to some of the most succesful and easy to get started citizen scientist projects. All you have to do is pick the project that most interests you, sign up and answer a few questions per picture(similiar Read More →
On the eve of Thanksgiving, we tend to start our annual pondering about how we might give more to our friends and family, and maybe even to the world. Citizen scientists--whether they consciously realize it or not--are behaving Read More →
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