More than a hobby—how volunteers support science

Whether it's watching birds, sharing gardening lore or monitoring the night sky, amateur science attracts dedicated people. Some science hobbyists join citizen science projects that involve collecting data and sharing knowledge with others, such as counting birds for an Audubon Society survey, teaching others about horticulture as master gardener volunteers, or gathering information about light pollution for an international website.

More than a hobby—how volunteers support science

Whether it's watching birds, sharing gardening lore or monitoring the night sky, amateur science attracts dedicated people. Some science hobbyists join citizen science projects that involve ...

Thu 12 Jul 18 from Phys.org

More Than a Hobby: How Volunteers Support Science

NewsCitizen scientists possess distinct motivations and gain specific benefits from their volunteer work, a university researcher found.Contributed Author: North Carolina State UniversityTopics: STEM

Wed 11 Jul 18 from Laboratory Equipment

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