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My interview: Natural History Museum!

By: Charlotte
On:September 19, 2011
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Over the summer, my mom and I went to London to our first proms together. The following morning, we met with Ian Jenkinson, Manager of the Natural History Museum where we were able to interview him. I wanted to share the interview with you! Read more...

De-spamming the member blogs

By: djarb@sci4cits
On:September 19, 2011
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The rate of spam in the member blogs should be much reduced now. We're working on deleting existing spam ...

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Kids prepare to help measure albedo!

By: darlene@sci4cits
On:August 05, 2011
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We are ready! Waiting for the clock to strike 4pm so we can take a picture of our white paper, outside in the glorious sunshine. What a simple way to help the planet. Researchers will use our picture to measure albedo (see: http://www.scienceforcitizens.net/albedo) and, in the process, learn more about the amount of energy/heat absorbed by our planet. 

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sample essay

By: GlennSimmons
On:August 05, 2011
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Do you think that doing sample essay it's also scients. Or this community only tor those who interesting in ...

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World Water Monitoring Day: An intern's perspective!

By: World Water Monitoring Day
On:August 02, 2011
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I am a student at American University located in Washington D.C., where very few of the students are actually from the D.C. area. Those of us who do stay behind for the summer usually have some sort of D.C. internship, while our closest friends head home. Read more...

I'm a noob!

By: johnreed
On:July 29, 2011
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I just discovered this site and really appreciate the inspiration it has given me.  I have a degree in Microbiology ...

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The Loch Ken monster

By: Craywatch
On:July 09, 2011
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The Craywatch project focuses on North America (for now), but other countries provide good examples of why we need to ...

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Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation

By: Adventure and Science
On:June 22, 2011
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Visit www.adventureandscience.org to view the many projects we have for citizen scientists of all abilities. If you spend time outdoors and have ever felt like you wanted to do more, this is your chance! Read more...

A quick guide to Craywatch resources

By: Craywatch
On:June 21, 2011
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The Craywatch project winds it way around lots of little nooks and crannies in the Internet. Here’s how the various bits work!

The home page is introductory stuff. It probably won’t change all that much all that often.

The main blog is for particularly important announcements.

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Why citizen science works for studying dragonfly swarms

By: dragonflywoman
On:June 19, 2011
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    Science is full of impossible problems, questions that require too many people or too much time for a scientist to ...

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Serengeti Highway - some photos and what you can do

By: animalsandearth
On:June 08, 2011
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Serengeti Watch is building a strong coalition of support, advocacy, and funding for the Serengeti ecosystem, for the people living ...

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Charlotte's Reviews of NatGeo for Kids!

By: Charlotte
On:June 05, 2011
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Here's what I learned in the May and June issues of National Geographic for Kids! Did you know a human has about the same number of body hairs as a chimpanzee? I wonder who counted them to find out! Babies are more likely to be born on Tuesday. I’m an odd one as I was born on a Wednesday. (I know a fact that wasn’t in the magazine. Every continent ends with the letter it starts with!) Read more...
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