The SciFund Challenge closed at midnight last night, and participating in it was probably one of the best things I could have done for my research. The challenge ended with 15 successfully funded... (RT @DSchvejda: Congrats!
Hello, everyone! So far more than 50 donors have contributed to my crowd-funded shark feeding ecology and conservation research. I'm 70% funded with 3 weeks to go, but I still need help getting over the finish line.
Southern Fried Science Thanks for your support of my SciFund crowdfunded shark research! Southern Fried Science The SciFund Challenge came to a close last night. In total, more than 15 projects, including mine, were fully funded!
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Support marine conservation research and join a shark tagging expedition Boing Boing My SciFund challenge project, which you'd be contributing to, uses a non-lethal technique to study the diet and food web interactions of these sharks species.
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