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Science For Citizens: A Website For You And Me!

Have you ever been to the Science for Citizens' site? Find out what it's all about!

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Science for Citizens has something for everyone: kids, parents, grandparents, anyone who loves to learn about the world of scientific exploration.

Want a great source for science blogs and do-it-yourself science projects? Well, Science for Citizens might be just what you are looking for!

Science Fun For Everyone

Why leave all the science fun to the guys in the white coats? Every person can play an active role in scientific projects and studies, no matter what your experience or educational background. The Ph.D.s and research specialists of the world can’t be everywhere at once. That’s why it’s important to create a motivated community effort for the advancement of science.

There are so many projects going on across the country, there is no reason not to get involved!

How Do I Get Involved?

At Science for Citizens’ website, you can look up projects based on time, location and your personal topics of interest.

Have a project idea of your own? At Science for Citizens you can share that too! It’s a great way to find volunteers for your project and spread the word about your study.

Remember, you don’t have to be a scientist or researcher to get involved. Science for Citizens has something for everyone: kids, parents, grandparents, anyone who loves to learn about the world of scientific exploration.

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Molly Plunkett

is a journalism student at Indiana University and an online producer for A Moment of Science. She is originally from Wheaton, IL.

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