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  • Wed, 14 Mar 2018 15:34
[embed][/embed] Citizen Science Day, presented SciStarter and the Citizen Science Association, is an annual event to celebrate and promote all things citizen science: amazing discoveries, incredible volunteers, hardworking practitioners, inspiring projects, and anything else citizen science-related! Citizen Science Day is April 14. Hundreds of events will be held around the world and you can find them on SciStarter. Organizing an event? Add your event, then use All content


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