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Science to the People

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An overview of the impact of Web 2.0 on scientific interactions, and the possibilities for citizen science. - Presented at the Canada Science & Technology Museum for National Science & Tech Week ...

An overview of the impact of Web 2.0 on scientific interactions, and the possibilities for citizen science. - Presented at the Canada Science & Technology Museum for National Science & Tech Week 2009. Abstract: 'Science does not belong solely to scientists. You can be a citizen scientist! Ordinary citizens have a huge stake in science and technology. Discover how the Internet and social media are enabling a rise of “citizen science”, a movement that recognizes the contribution that concerned citizens can make to scientific policy and research.'

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