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beeInnovations in technology and social media have now made it possible for citizen scientists (volunteer enthusiasts) to participate in expanding the scope and reach of modern research through crowdsourcing endeavors. Leave your mark on the advancement of science by participating in any one of these emerging projects.

New Scientist
Crowdsourcing for Science shared New Scientist's Badger buries a cow.
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Dig for victory: badger buries a whole cow and eats steak for a month ow.ly/AI0k30arsqt

Dig for victory: badger buries a whole cow and eats steak for a month http://ow.ly/AI0k30arsqt

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Tuberculosis to be tackled using crowd-sourced computer power
Crowdsourcing for Science shared a link.
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The University of Nottingham is launching a new project to tackle tuberculosis, using IBM's World Community Grid -- one of world's most powerful, virtual, super computers.

The University of Nottingham is launching a new project to tackle tuberculosis, using IBM's World Community Grid -- one of world's most powerful, virtual, super computers.

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