Latest News for: Citizen scientists


Scientists, a journalist and even a bakery worker are among those convicted of treason in Russia

The Times of India 14 Jul 2024
... services has ensnared scientists, journalists, and ordinary citizens.

How Australian scientists brought Norfolk Island’s thumbnail-sized snails back from the brink of extinction

The Observer 14 Jul 2024
The thumbnail-sized snail was officially extinct when, in March 2020, pictures taken by local citizen scientist Mark Scott found their way to the inbox of Dr Isabel Hyman, a malacologist (snail ...

Stakes are high for Kentucky. President Biden must endorse a new Democratic Party slate.

Courier Journal 14 Jul 2024
Show Caption ... She is a global leader creating new ways to empower "citizen scientists" to lead healthier lives by advocating for a culture of health using nature as the standard, and encouraging all decisions to be made through the lens of health.

Citizen scientists map changes to Granite State beaches

The Eagle-Tribune 13 Jul 2024
For six years, citizen scientists have helped track New Hampshire’s changing coastline through seasons and storms ... .

How citizen scientists map changes to NH beaches as coastal risks rise

Seacoast Online 13 Jul 2024
For six years, citizen scientists have helped track New Hampshire’s changing coastline through seasons and storms ... Citizen scientists look a little different than others hitting the beach, armed with clipboards and calibrated rods.

Did this citizen scientist develop the perfect, chemical-free lawn?

The Spokesman-Review 13 Jul 2024
Madnick became a citizen grass scientist after his cat, Kitty, died of cancer in 1999 ... He asked several turf scientists for hardy-grass recommendations and narrowed his list to seven varieties, including red fescue, tall fescue and Kentucky blue.

Footage shows snail on the brink of extinction giving birth through its neck - video

The Guardian 13 Jul 2024
... until March 2020, when a local citizen scientist found it on the remote Norfolk Island.

Volcano Watch: More shaking on Kilauea’s south flank. Did you feel it?

West Hawaii Today 13 Jul 2024
As residents of a very shaky island chain, the USGS “Did you feel it?” website is a phenomenal resource that citizens and scientists alike can use to report how we individually feel earthquakes.

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The News International 13 Jul 2024
— X/@Islamabadies/File ... — the tendency among politicians to take credit for achievements that are a pride and joy for the citizens, even in the technical domain at the cost of scientists and engineers responsible for them ... — I.H. .

Chicago outdoors: Chicago River night heron, Wisconsin grouse drumming up, odd Bourbonnais bee

Chicago Sun-Times 13 Jul 2024
The web-based portal at the University of Illinois "is a partnership between citizen-scientists and the professional science community designed to educate the public about pollinators by engaging them ...

Rivers Becoming 'Reservoirs of Disease'

Slashdot 12 Jul 2024
Scientists say "a reservoir of disease" is being created after ... The team has been working closely with citizen scientists from the Deben Climate Centre, who have been taking water samples for two years.

Rivers becoming

BBC News 12 Jul 2024
Analysis of water samples gathered by citizen scientists reveal a .

The return of Bladerunner the humpback and Spilt Fin the killer whale—a cautionary tale about ...

Phys Dot Org 12 Jul 2024
It's impossible for scientists to be out on the ocean all the time, so it's helpful when ... Dedicated "citizen scientists" capture sightings on social media through groups such as Killer Whales Australia.

ANDREW PIERCE: The scores of Brexit-hating Labour MPs hellbent on pushing Keir Starmer to rejoin the...

The Daily Mail 12 Jul 2024
'From fruit pickers and the fishing industry to scientists, artists and doctors, the freedom to work is not only essential for the UK economy, it also allows our citizens to work around the world.

Mysterious red lights glowing in Earth

The Daily Mail 11 Jul 2024
The American space agency hope this citizen-crowdsourced database, which will enter its third year of operation this October, will greatly help scientists understand the rare phenomena.