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Case Studies Highlight Gateway Sustainability Models

Helping gateway teams achieve sustainability is a core mission of the Science Gateways Community Institute because we understand that thinking through and implementing sustainability strategies can help to ensure the success and longevity of a gateway. We offer various opportunities for teams to work on sustainability strategies, such as Gateway Focus Week and  one-on-one consultations . We also offer  resources on our website that the community can learn from....

Zooniverse Citizen Science Platform Available for COVID-19 Research

The Zooniverse citizen science platform could potentially be used as a tool by teams conducting research on COVID-19. The Zooniverse team is ready and eager to help and be useful in this difficult situation.  Zooniverse.org currently hosts over 100 active projects drawing nearly 2 million volunteers worldwide to help analyze data across a wide range of disciplines including cell biology, ecology, text transcription, space science and more. A “DIY” Project Builder makes it...

Citizen Scientists on Zooniverse Project "Exoplanet Explorers" Help Find New World

By Nayiri Mullinix "This discovery of a planet in the habitable zone of its star is so exciting for the Zooniverse and our volunteers. It was made possible by the efforts of volunteers on Exoplanet Explorers, the project that has followed on from the success of the original Zooniverse planet-finding project, Planet Hunters." Grant Miller, Zooniverse Community Manager Scientists needed one final piece of evidence to declare K2-288Bb a new planet, and they recently got that...

Zooniverse Project Builder

Zooniverse has launched a free Project Builder for citizen scientists who are looking to create their own crowdsourced research program using the Zooniverse infrastructure. The browser-based interface allows project builders to select from a variety of tools, to upload their content and data, and then export classification results.  Learn more about building a project here .

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