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FIT4RRI Aug 3
Save the date: – our final summit will be virtual on each forenoon from 29. September to 1. October ’20. Read more in our newest blog post:
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Citizen Science at the Natural History Museum Aug 3
Discover your new favourite bird species while contributing to science! Visit Project Plumage to analyse images of birds from around the world and read more about the science of bird colour at
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RE9A7 Seismograph Alerts Aug 4
event recorded on the seismic network. See what’s shaking near you with the mobile app
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The Wildheart Trust Aug 4
Happy 🦉😁Darwin our tawny owl is a super ambassador for his species. Here's how you can get involved in some tawny owl & here's how to provide nest boxes for them
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Margaret Gold Aug 3
a great opportunity for UK-based innovation!
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LIFE 4 Pollinators Aug 3
Last week partners of the project LIFE4POLLINATORS participated at the second online workshop. We learned how to organize a BioBlitz event – Andrea Sforzi, director of the Maremma Natural History Museum (Italy) gave us very valuable tips. Video by Marta Barberis
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Citizen ASAS-SN 2h
Now what is this exciting variable star? Alas, most likely just what we call "junk" - no experiment is perfect, so there are always some false positives, and will be a great way to weed them out (and we can learn from this to later remove them automatically).
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waterbugblitz Aug 4
Today we're launching our Marcro-Phonetography video to help users take better photos of their bugs to upload with their Blitz data! Head to for the tips!
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Raspberry Shake Earthquake Channel Aug 4
Preliminary M5.7 86km/53miles from , in , 2020-08-04 19:17 UTC time by network. Join the largest community ➡️ EVENT ➡️
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Citizen Science SDG Conference Aug 4
Want to keep up to date with the latest news on the conference on and the ? 📩 Subscribe here to our : ✍️
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Hugo Sanchez 7h
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Jason E. Osborne Aug 4
"We see opportunity to provide children, parents, and teachers with the ability to explore effective distance education together using tools that exist today."
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Kim M Aug 4
Came back from my long weekend to this nice news. Yesterday we had 1198 transcriptions, which is a bit over our usual 400-500. Big thanks to everyone for their hard work on these projects. Now to answer talk board discussions!
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SeeRRI Aug 3
The Quadruple Helix approach to innovation recognizes four major actors‒science, policy, industry, and society‒and gives people a voice in decisions that affect their local community.
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Mozzie Monitors 5h
This Culex sitiens is our observation of the day shared on our Mozzie Monitors project on iNaturalist. (c) lomandra, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND).
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Gio Rapacciuolo Aug 3
How can we increase the usefulness of big unstructured and data to monitor change? My talk provides some insights from our recent project You can access my talk here:
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Keegan Moore 8h
Found a relic a while back. This is one of the many types of traps we used to track moth movements across the province. Now, most of this work is done by and her program check out website for more info!
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*HierarchyEnablesAbuse* 🏳️‍🌈🏴🆘 Aug 4
Hello fellow insomniacs, let’s watch the barometric graph of this storm, & are you a human barometer, also? let’s commiserate, lol 😁
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NOAA Education Jul 30
NOAA is excited to announce its new Community Resilience Education () Theory of Change report! From to , learn more about the philosophy that guides the . View our education explainer:
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Citizen Science at the Natural History Museum 14h
To learn more about the science behind bird colour evolution, read the latest blog post from Project Plumage at and get involved at
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