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Contentious approach or valid means of research? Will incorporating citizen science into your research leave your projects wide open for criticism, invalidate research or create a richer set of data that would have otherwise been unobtainable?

Ben McKenzie (Host)
Actor, comedian, feminist, improviser, voiceover artist, presenter and game mechanic

Ms. Deborah Cleland
PhD Student, Fenner School of Environment and Society, ANU

Dr. John La Salle
Director, Atlas of Living Australia

Dr. Laurel Dyson
Senior Lecturer in Information Technology, University of Technology Sydney

Ms. Kirsten Gottschalk
Human spokesperson for theSkyNet

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ScienceRewired is a philanthropic initiative conceived by media140 that promotes public engagement in science through digital and social technologies across science education, science communication and citizen science. Our mission is to act as the bridge


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ScienceRewired is a philanthropic initiative conceived by media140 that promotes public engagement in science through digital and social technologies across science education, science communication and citizen science. Our mission is to act as the bridge between the non-technical science practitioners and the digital domain to look at science from new perspectives and help educate and empower individuals in such a way as to create significant positive change in the world.

Highlights from our Adelaide 2012 launch event.

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