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Can your child’s phone bring them closer to nature?

Our five-year project will find out how apps and technology change children’s experiences and knowledge of the great outdoors. And we need your help!

Citizen Science: Help a Historian

If you want to help dig into the past, then check out these citizen science projects

Try these citizen science projects and help health researchers

Take part in one of these citizen science projects and help to develop new medicines, cure rare diseases, or find out how we age.

Danish scientists go back to school

See what ScienceNordic’s partner is getting up to as part of the 2017 Danish Science Festival.

Archaeology is being revolutionised by amateur collectors

A new database created with the help of amateur archaeologists provides an improved and quicker overview of archaeological finds.

Help scientists map the bacterial jungle in your shower

Shower-heads are a haven of bacterial life and now scientists want us to help them map the slime that pours over us every time we wash.

Greenland lags Alaska and Canada in involving locals in climate science

GREENLAND: There is still a long way to go before the indigenous people of Greenland benefit from environmental research in this vast island nation.

Calling all armchair scientists: ESA releases Greenland satellite data

The European Space Agency launches website with access to satellite data, images, and animations of the Greenland ice sheet.

Now anyone can be an Arctic Scientist

Scientists from around the world have launched a new website, which makes vital information on vulnerable permafrost available to all.

Citizen Science in the Faroe Islands: Helps both hunters and animals

How do you obtain hunting figures in a country where there are no official hunting statistics? Citizen Science is the key.