It’s Citizen Science Month at Make: Magazine
    By Matthew T. Dearing | September 5th 2010 07:30 AM | 3 comments | Print | E-mail | Track Comments

    The publishers of Make: Magazine have announced that September 2010 is officially "Citizen Science" month. They are looking for citizen scientists to submit their projects, research, and activities to be featured in the magazine.

    It also seems that they are interested in developing active collaborations with people who are investing much time in the advancement of citizen science, and they hope to use this outreach to develop exciting new content for their "how-to" project division, Make: Projects.

    If you are interested in participating in any way, please email Make: Magazine editor, Gareth Branwyn [ email ].



    That's terrific!  Citizen Science is the new Prius!   'bout time too.
    This is good.
    Great ! I don't respect titles and letter mishmash after names. Many great scientists were untitled and had little "formal" education. Some of my professional had great character / some were blooming idiots ! The only thing they had in common was an outsized ego and PHd behind their names. Of course that may mean doctor of philosophy OR piled higher and deeper.