The Science Festival Team moved many of our presentations online. You can find the details of each program, as well as a link to the corresponding video on YouTube.
What is citizen science? Citizen science involves people just like you collecting information and sharing that information with researchers. Anyone can participate and this information can help scientists make real discoveries about the world around us. Many of these projects can be done from the comfort of your home and others can be done by observing nature. Some projects might include recording the birds you see at your feeder, helping scientists understand how galaxies grow and evolve through a game program, snapshot safari helping to classify animals in images on line, documenting changes in nature, using smartphones to take photos of wild animal food sources, and so on. If you are curious about a subject there most likely is a citizen science project for you. Learn about the initiatives by clicking on the citizen science websites tab and become a citizen scientist.
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Many museums and other cultural institutions have created virtual tours to bring you educational experiences you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home. Click here to learn more!
Collection of resources from SciFest partners and others. Click here to explore!
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