Partners

SciStarter is the place to find, join, and contribute to science through more than 1600 formal and informal research projects and events. This database of citizen science projects enables discovery, organization, and greater participation in citizen science. We integrate with SciStarter via project sharing and event tracking.

CyberTracker is being used worldwide by indigenous communities, in national parks, scientific research, citizen science, education, forestry, farming, social surveys, crime prevention and disaster relief. We are working to integrate CyberTracker with CitSci.org to mobilize CyberTracker data on our platform.

iNaturalist is a place where you can record what you see in nature, meet other nature lovers, and learn about the natural world. If enough people recorded their observations, it would be like a living record of life on Earth that scientists and land managers could use to monitor changes in biodiversity. We aim to let you share your observations with this vast network and vet your identifications soon.

The Denver Zoo has been a long supporter of CitSci.org and has teamed up with us on its Front Range Pika Project effort. We have collaborated to develop a custom portal for this citizen science project given the unique needs of the program, but you can still see this project on CitSci.org just as you can all of our other projects.

The Alliance for Aquatic Resource Monitoring (ALLARM) program at Dickinson College teamed up with CitSci.org to develop a custom portal for water quality monitoring throughout Pennsylvannia. We welcome partnerships such as this to develop specific tools for your needs. Let us know how we can help your project and team.

The Bloomwatch citizen science project works with citizen scientists, trained water professionals, and the general public to find and study cyanobacteria in waterbodies. This team needed a back-end database and front-end data management and visualization tool for its mobile app to sync with. We partnered with BloomWatch by building them an API for their mobile app to use to send us data.

The Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF) is an international open data infrastructure. By encouraging and helping institutions to publish data according to common standards, GBIF enables research not possible before, and informs better decisions to conserve and sustainably use the biological resources of the planet. We'll be sharing your species observations with them soon!

iSeeChange is empowering communities to observe how weather and climate affect their environment. We strive to connect the public with national media & scientists to understand how climate change is impacting their daily lives. We are working to share your stories associated with your CitSci.org observations with this portal. Tell the world something unique you saw today.

If you seek partnerships - we're the place to come. We embrace collaboration. Let us know your ideas for how your platform, application, or organization might want to join forces. Drop us an email with your idea today! Want us to sync with Google Drive? Let us know. Share events via eVite? Tell us your wants and desires!