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Science & Research

It could be argued that progress through science and research makes the world go around. The following projects are all exploring areas where your help can assist them in topics like climate control, alternative energy, diseases, to name but a few.

Nature’s Notebook – Observing Plant and Animal Life

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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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Project Implicit – Psychological Studies

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HTC Power To Give – Smartphone Computing

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Freie Universität – Music, Emotion & Relaxation Study

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Mark2Cure – Finding Clues in Biomedical Literature

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Children of the Lodz Ghetto – Archive Transcription

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University of Leicester – Psychology Surveys

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VerbCorner – Crowdsourcing Language, Meaning and Thought

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Loss of the Night – Measuring Light Pollution

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Asteroid Zoo – Hunting for Asteroids

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Sound Around You – Building Sound Maps

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PressureNet – Collecting Local Weather Statistics

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Crayfis – Detecting Cosmic Ray Particles

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