Support bushfire science from home
CSIRO is calling for citizen scientists to help digitise specimens of flies, mayflies, caddisflies, bugs, butterflies and more.
Sea-lebrities and keeping an eye on water quality
We have transformed images from the EyeonWater Australia app used to help monitor water quality into images of your favourite sea-lebrities!
Become a citizen scientist: create your own project to help the environment
In our three-part series, we explore the ways you can help scientists understand extreme events. In this final part, we explain how to set up your own citizen scientist project.
Critterpedia: Taking the guesswork out of animal spotting
A Data61 collaboration is seeing the construction of a tool that uses machine learning and citizen science to take the guesswork out of animal spotting.
Sink or swim: marine debris on land vs seafloor
Our scientists, together with Project Aware and Ocean Conservancy, have conducted the largest global survey of land and marine debris.
It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s citizen science!
The Australian Birds of Prey in Flight book is a perfect example of the power of community and citizen science in action.
Citizen scientists bring more critters online
Back in October we took a look at the phenomenon of citizen science that has really taken off over the […]
Citizens, lend me your science-ing
Millions of people around the world are proving that you don’t need to be a professional scientist to be involved […]
A Challenge to all Australians
This is a guest post written by Dr Chris Lintott, University of Oxford and founder of Galaxy Zoo and The […]
Count Your Lucky Stars
Do you want to contribute to a global dark skies citizen science campaign? Globe at Night is a free international […]