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The Biomedical Citizen Science Hub

Main Project Information
Presented By National Cancer Institute & Purdue University (HubZero)
Goal Find and share biomedical citizen science resources!
Task Share, find, connect, collaborate on biomedical citizen science
Where Online only
Description

The Biomedical Citizen Science Hub is sponsored by the Division of Cancer Biology and the Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences at the National Cancer Institute, one of the 27 Institutes and Centers at the National Institutes of Health. Our intent is to create an online collaboration space for the growing and virtually dispersed biomedical citizen science resources, projects, references, methods, and communities to be discovered and engaged by interested stakeholders. This hub is designed to enable the community to be a resource for research, education, and collaboration in biomedical citizen science and crowdsourcing.

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Join the hub for free! Click here to register: https://citscibio.org/register

Project Timing You can start at anytime! As long as you have internet access (on your computer, tablet, or phone), you can find and contribute resources, expertise, and events!
Website https://citscibio.org/
Social Media
Special Skills Just an interest in biomedical citizen science!
Ideal Age Group High school (14 - 17 years), College, Graduate students, Adults, Families, Seniors
Ideal Frequency Other
Average Time Several hours
Spend the Time indoors
Type of Activity Exclusively online
Training Materials https://citscibio.org/resources/28
Tags behavioral science, bioengineering, biohacking, biology, cbpr, chemistry, citizen engaged research, citizen science, collaboration, collaboration platform, community-based participatory research, crowdsourcing, diy, education, environmental health, games, makers, makerspace, participatory action research, public participation in research, serious games, social science, stem, volunpeer
Project Updated 04/20/2017