We offer the following on a fee-for-service basis:
Project Design & Feasibility Research
Volunteer training, quality assurance/quality control, permitting, equipment and technology sourcing
Volunteer Recruiting & Screening
Full Project Management
Protocol development, volunteer training/management, media, reporting, fundraising, technology consulting
What the scientific community has to say:
Technology audit: We can make recommendations about the best field collection technologies available. Whether it’s drones, sensors, camera traps, or machine learning, we can help design the most time- and cost-effective way to get you the data you need.
Media and outreach: Our projects have been featured across hundreds of national and international news outlets. Our communications team will help elevate your work across earned and owned media platforms.
Project development assistance: Through our own fundraising, we meet people who are interested in the work our partners do. We are happy to provide connections and make introductions whenever they make sense.
High-Quality Data from Anywhere at Any Scale
Our experience in project planning and management has taught us how to overcome perceived or actual issues with data quality and bias associated with many citizen science efforts. Each project begins with our design and feasibility study. During this process, we conduct thorough research to ensure that we collect the right kind and amount of data to ensure that your end goals are met.
We create a Quality Assurance Project Plan (QAPP) in tandem with our scientific partners, carefully outlining data collection, storage, and analysis procedures to ensure we collect high-quality data. Questions about QAPPs? Contact us.
Helping Scientists Reach Their Data Dream
If you could get data from anywhere in the world at any scale. what could you do? Watch this video to hear how wildlife biologist Betsy Howell, microbiologist Dr. Rusty Rodriguez, and disease ecologist Dr. Michael Gilmore partnered with Adventure Scientists to hunt for an elusive species, increase crop yields on farms impacted by climate change, and help identify the genes responsible for antibiotic resistance.
Our Project Selection Criteria
We are selective about which projects we accept. This ensures we’re meeting our mission to advance critical environmental and human health research. Our criteria are: