Neat Science Thursday – Everybody can do science!

The crowdsourcing of science is not new with professor Olmsted’s crowdsourcing of meteorological observations in early half of the 19th century followed by the Audubon bird counts and National Weather Service weather observations since the early 1900s. Prior to the 1990’s and the widespread availability of the internet, crowdsourced science faced many logistical hurdles. Imagine...
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Scientific Games in Genome Biology

Happy New year everyone! In case you are looking for some inspirational reading to start off 2012, Andrew and I wrote a Research Highlight for Genome Biology on Games With a Scientific Purpose.  Kudos to Andrew for convincing them to make it open access so you can actually read it... Research highlight      Games with a scientific purpose Good BM,...
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