Anyone with enough science knowledge and computational power now has the ability to contribute to research advances, outside of any institution. Examples of such citizen science have historically been popular in the fields of bird counting, water monitoring, and astronomy applications like searching for interstellar dust. Citizen health research is still in its infancy, with “experimental man” David Ewing Duncan and parents like Hugh Rienhoff pioneering first attempts.
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