A study demonstrates that Twitter can serve as a sensor for the onset of spring.
SciShow and MinuteEarth Changing the Way Science is Communicated
Two YouTube channels aim to teach others about the way we see and understand our world.
Finding Hope at Home and in a Deep Ocean of Possibilities
In this annual series, IEEE Earthzine staff and guest contributors offer short essays on their sources of hope or inspiration in the face of widespread global change.
The 5,000 Star View: How Social Media is Helping to Save the Night Sky
Two photographers/filmmakers have taken a unique approach to raising awareness of skyglow, the unintended harmful effects of light pollution.
#Aurora: How Twitter is Illuminating Scientists’ Understanding of the Northern Lights
Scientists at NASA are using Twitter to track and learn about the polar lights.
Monitoring the Ocean in Color with MatrixFlu
Dr. Oliver Zielinski of University of Oldenburg discusses the MatrixFlu sensor in a question and answer session with IEEE Earthzine.
NeXOS Project Takes Aquatic Sensors to Next Level
NeXOS project helps us look at the ocean, listen to the ocean, and understand the ocean from a fish’s point of view.
All the Light We Cannot See: Deploying Optical Sensors to Study the Ocean
Hyperspectral cavity absorption sensors allow scientists to understand ocean microalgae cycles.
Mapping Movement: How Geoscience Australia Keeps the Public Informed About Earthquakes
Geoscience Australia is using simple maps to help keep the public—and other scientists—informed. In an interview with Earthzine, seismologist Spiro Spiliopoulos explains.
How Douglas Adams “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to The Galaxy” Challenges the Conceptualization of the Cosmos
The humor of Douglas Adams, the British author and satirist beloved for his “Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy,” series invokes humility and opens a discourse on humanity and Earth’s relative place in the universe.
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