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Citizen Science Projects

Computer technology hasn’t quite reached the level of the human brain and eye yet. The following projects all require the use of a human eye to spot or detect something that today’s computer software are not capable of achieving.

WomSAT – Geolocating Wombats

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Wildebeest Watch – Tracking Wildebeest Herd Movements

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Aurorasaurus – Monitoring the Northern Lights

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MySoil – Submitting Soil Data Via An App

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Fireballs in the Sky – Spotting Meteorites

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CrowdMag – Recording Earth’s Magnetic Field

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SENSR – Citizen Science App Directory

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Science at Home – Play Games To Research Quantum Computers

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Science Gossip – Classifying Illustrations

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MySwan – Reporting Swan Sightings

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Mark2Cure – Finding Clues in Biomedical Literature

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Asteroid Zoo – Hunting for Asteroids

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CrowdCrafting – Citizen Science Projects

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iSeahorse – Identifying Seahorses

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Worm Watch Lab – Researching Genes

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