Today is Citizen Science Day, and hundreds of citizen science projects are kicking off worldwide to celebrate!
On our side, we, the Human Computation Institute together with SciStarter, have prepared a very special CitSciDay HERO challenge, involving citizen science badges that we've been developing.CitSciDay HERO challenge is LIVE NOW!
CitSciDay HERO will run from 9am ET, April 14th, to 9am ET, April 21st. Find the step-by-step instructions here.
The challenge includes multiple citizen science projects in three tracks - missions:Projects with a biomedical focus: Stall Catchers, MalariaSpot, Foldit, Mozak, Mark2Cure, Cochrane Crowd, Etch a Cell Citizen science games: Stall Catchers, MalariaSpot, Foldit, Mozak, Decodoku, Quantum Moves and Turbulence by ScienceAtHome, Phylo SciStarter projects: Stall Catchers, CitSciScribe, iNaturalist, Globe at Night, CitSci.org, CoCoRaHS, Project Squirrel, Stream Selfie
Register here to join the challenge, sign up for the selected citizen science projects, collect badges, and complete the missions!
Everyone who completes all three missions will be eligible for the CitSciDay HERO badge!See detailed instructions on how to participate here:
And here's the social media stream! #CitSciDayHero Tweets
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://blog.hcinst.org/citsciday-hero/