Mar 31, 2020

Citizens play Foldit to advance research on COVID-19 antiviral therapy

Researchers from the Institute for Protein Design at the University of Washington are calling on citizen scientists to play Foldit – a free online game where players can design and identify proteins that might neutralize SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. Read this recent article in the Scientist with Brian Koepnick, who gives more details about the citizens’ contribution to research, and the current state of the antiviral therapy.

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The Science of Citizen Science – new book published by COST Action

The Science of Citizen Science – new book published by COST Action

The eagerly awaited publication "The Science of Citizen Science" is now available as as open access publication from Springer. Over 100 authors contributed to this book, including Julia Lorke and Yaela Golumbic from the CS Track project team. "This book is a wonderful...

URJC presents eMagazine Community Platform at CCS’20 conference

URJC presents eMagazine Community Platform at CCS’20 conference

The Citizen Social Science & Complex Systems Science Workshop is a Satellite Workshop within the Conference on Complex Systems 2020 that the Complex Systems Society organises every year. This year the workshop took place online on 9 December. The URJC team led by...

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