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Seeking Stellar "Citizen Scientists"
« on: April 29, 2013, 01:13:26 pm »
The White House blog has an entry asking for nominations for a Citizen Science champion.

Seeking Stellar "Citizen Scientists" as White House Champions of Change

Every day, across the country, ordinary Americans known as “citizen scientists” make critical contributions to the fields of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) by collecting, analyzing, and sharing a wide range of data—from weather phenomena, to sightings of migrating birds, to the timing of flower blooms at different latitudes. Now, the White House is preparing to honor some of the Nation’s most effective contributors to these important but sometimes-overlooked public servants.

Looks like this is for US citizens only so if any Moon Zoo users from the US want to nominate anyone use the link above. Please mention Zooniverse if you can.