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ARL crowd sourcing +unknown  +
Air Quality with Biomarkers +Can the correlation between Biomarkers(Lichens) and air composition produce a reliable map of air quality? Is pyBossa a good platform for crowdcrafting ?  +
Andromeda Project +Star clusters vary greatly in terms of mass  +, size  +, age  +,
Bat detective +Calls that bats use for socialising are not used for echolocation but communication  +, and these calls tend to be lower in frequency and have a more complex structure. Only under a third of all the echolocation calls of bats worldwide are known and even less is understood about social calls. Perhaps only 5% of all species social calls have been recorded.  +
Budburst +We make our data freely available to all in several formats on the View Results page. The data is currently being used by scientists and educators in the Project BudBurst network. The bigger question is what can YOU do with the data? We would like to know what data you think would be useful and how you would like to use it. Share your ideas at budburstinfo@neoninc.org Project BudBurst data is freely available for anyone to download and use. The data is provided by thousands of observers from across the country. If you use data submitted by Project BudBurst observers for analysis  +, reports  +, or presentations  +,
CS4CS +There are no specific research questions for the CS4CS project. See the [http://citizencyberlab.eu/ Citizen CyberLab] site for various posts that describe research conducted in this project.  +
Citizen science project test +Learning  +, creativity and user experience in citizen science  +
ESP game +There are two sets of questions: * Some are related to the quality of results * Others are related to good game design. Ahn and Dabash (2006) formulate a set of design rules for designing games with a purpose (GWAPs)  +
Einstein@home +"Einstein suggested that we live in a universe full of gravitational waves. He proposed that exploding stars  +, colliding black holes and other violent events create waves that alter space and time. We have not detected these waves yet because it requires tools sensitive enough to measure very small effects. It’s like trying to detect a change in the distance from the earth to the sun equal to the width of an atom." (Einstein@Home All Sky Search [http://web.archive.org/web/20060504233801/http://www.einsteinathome.org/about/allsky.html link]) According to Einstein's General Theory of Relativity  +, a pulsar that is not perfectly round acts as a gravitational-wave generator  +,
Eterna +EteRNA project leaders hope that determining these basic principles that may facilitate the design of RNA-based nanomachines and switches.  +
Evolution MegaLab +Quote: We want your help to find out whether this pattern can still be found  +, because there has been a big decrease in the numbers of song thrushes in England over the last 30 years. If there are fewer song thrushes about  +, you would expect the different snails to be less faithful to their particular habitats than they used to be. Help us find out!  +
ExCiteS forest monitoring +There are both "global" and "local" questions  +, for example: * how to design tools and practice that allow citizens to understand their environment and to participate in its management. * How to create tools that allow anyone to capture data  +, share data  +,
Fold It +"As described above  +, knowing the structure of a protein is key to understanding how it works and to targeting it with drugs. A small protein can consist of 100 amino acids  +, while some human proteins can be huge (1000 amino acids). The number of different ways even a small protein can fold is astronomical because there are so many degrees of freedom." [http://fold.it/portal/info/about from official project website]  +
Galaxy Zoo +Some research questions * Theorists believe that spiral galaxies can merge and become ellipticals and vice versa if they receive more gas or stars. * Professor Michael Longo of the University of Michigan finds that there is a clear pattern of preferred spiral galaxy spins (or handedness) [http://arxiv.org/abs/1104.2815 see article on http://arxiv.org]. If the rotation of spiral galaxies is not random  +, it would force a major rethink of cosmology (potentially Nobel Prize implications). [http://www.galaxyzooforum.org/index.php?topic=279300.0 see forum discussion]  +
GeoTag-X +To assess whether or not such a set of tools and methodology can be used in disaster response  +, and if so  +, in what context  +,
Human Brain Cloud +There is no research purpose associated as far as we can tell.  +
Planet Hunters +NASA's Kepler spacecraft is one of the most powerful tools in the hunt for extrasolar planets. The Kepler team's computers are sifting through the data  +, but we at Planet Hunters are betting that there will be planets which can only be found via the remarkable human ability for pattern recognition. This is a gamble  +, a bet if you will  +,
Plankton Portal +Understanding how plankton types are distributed at a variety of ocean depths.  +
Solar Stormwatch +The STEREO Mission itself has several big questions that it’s trying to answer. We know that the Sun kicks out these vast solar storms. Each one of these storms is a billion tons of material traveling at a million miles an hour  +, so they’re not inconsequential. But nobody quite knows why they happen  +, what causes them to be triggered. For the first time with STEREO  +,
Space Warps +Einstein's theory of gravity  +, General Relativity  +, made a remarkable prediction. Massive objects  +,
The Milky Way Project +The bubbles you see in this project are sometimes complete  +, and round  +, but often not. There are a great many bubbles that look like they have burst or faded away - or been disrupted by other bubbles. You can help us in this area by identifying bursting or distorted bubbles and figuring out the angle at which they burst or the eccentricity of their shape. This information will allow us to reconstruct bubbles to see how it evolved and grew. Maybe the bubble ran out of material  +,
WhaleFM +According to the [http://whale.fm/science Science] page  +, (retrieved oct. 14 2013)  +, the dataset generated by this project will allow us to address interesting questions  +,
Worm Watch Lab +The idea is that if a gene is involved in a visible behaviour  +, then mutations that break that gene might lead to detectable behavioural changes. The type of change gives us a hint about what the affected gene might be doing. Although it is small and has far fewer cells than we do  +, C. elegans has almost as many genes and because we share a common ancestor even with worms  +,
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