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Coyote in Lincoln Park near Belmont Harbor, Chicago, IL.

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Coyote_in_Lincoln_Park.jpg

Coyote in Lincoln Park near Belmont Harbor, Chicago, IL.

John Picken / Wikimedia Commons

Chicago to Mars: Zooniverse invites you to discover your inner scientist

From identifying urban wildlife to monitoring the stars, the Zooniverse program at Adler Planetarium offers dozens of options.

Coyote in Lincoln Park near Belmont Harbor, Chicago, IL.

John Picken / Wikimedia Commons

   

As school winds down and we head into summer, it’s a great chance to dip a toe into scientific research that you can do with just an internet connection and a curious mind.  The Zooniverse program at Adler Planetarium brings together over 2 million volunteer scientists worldwide to join research teams in diverse fields from astronomy to ecology, to even the history of science itself.

Reset learns more about how you can participate.

GUESTS: Karen Weigert, director of Loyola University Chicago’s Baumhart Center for Social Enterprise and Responsibility

Samantha Blickhan, director of Zooniverse at Adler Planetarium

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