More than 200 participants from 38 countries joined the virtual INSPIRE Hackathon to solve problems in food security, transportation, and more.
New low-cost monitoring and mapping techniques can identify multiple pollution sources and reduce related human disease and death.
Tools developed for climate science can help researchers forecast ecological dipoles: the contrasting effects of climate on populations separated by thousands of kilometers.
In the early 1960s, a physicist enlisted the help of the public to study a rare atmospheric phenomenon.
Not to be outdone by the discovery of STEVE sub-auroral emissions last year, citizen scientists across Scandinavia reveal dune-shaped optical features, a new atmospheric phenomenon.
The online community of the Milky Way Project citizen scientists helped scientists identify compact star-forming regions now known as yellowballs.
Telescopes around the world detected an impact event on the lunar surface just before totality on Monday. Amateur and professional astronomers are starting to coordinate data.
As AGU marks its Centennial, our organization’s program that recruits volunteer scientists to help with local priorities celebrates 5 years of working in communities representing 12 million people.
Meet STEVE, a purple and green, low-latitude, aurora-like phenomenon whose inner workings were uncovered with the help of citizen scientists.
Scientists and students collaborate with communities to create a greener municipal building in Midway, Ga., and assess residents' vulnerability to warming climate in Brookline, Mass.