Citizen Science

Getting In The Zone with Carolinian Canada Coalition and World Wildlife Fund Canada

Help biodiversity & be a #CitizenScientist #InTheZone: @carolinianzone & @WWFCanada's exciting new joint initiative https://t.co/fTM2S1qfmJ pic.twitter.com/Qn6oZMlDOv — ((( Dawn Bazely ))) (@dawnbazely) October 27, 2016 My last post was about the national environmental charity, Nature Canada's Women for Nature Network. Today, I'm going local, in reflecting on why I'm a member of the board of directors of […]

What I learned about Instagram from #ResearcherTakeoverTuesday at the COU

The clip of sea butterflies, below is from Anne Todgham's Go Pro. It didn't make it onto my Research Matters Instagram #ResearcherTakeoverTuesday in September. Anne is a Biology prof. in animal physiology at UC Davis, and she was an expedition cruise passenger on my Arctic Safari trip. Here's the text that I wrote for this clip: The arctic oceans are […]

My 6 favourite #SciComm tweets since I got back on the grid

I've been back in our wired world for 2 weeks after being off the grid in the arctic for August. While I did have a pricey satellite phone with me, in case my family needed to contact me, I didn't at all miss the internet and the world of cheap mobile phone minutes Lots of […]

Doing Public Science with Let's Talk Science & Science Rendezvous

Here's my belated June 1st post: I've always believed that learning, teaching and doing science should be fun. Amazingly, while I've been having fun with this over the last 35 years, I've received many disapproving looks from science teachers, professors, and "serious" research scientists.  I have concluded, that they have absolutely no sense of humour, and I've simply ignored their frowns, […]