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Bringing two coasts together to celebrate 25 years

Our East and West Coast offices got together for two days of team building and brainstorming. We demoed our newest technologies, dreamed up new projects, and solved a (fake) murder mystery. We had a great time celebrating our 25th anniversary! Forty-five enthusiastic staff converged at the beautiful Lyman Estate in Waltham, Massachusetts, where we enjoyed […]

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Community and citizen science: A brief history and report from CitSci 2019

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From its beginning, we at the Concord Consortium have advocated for the notion that young people can produce high-quality, meaningful data to answer real questions. More than 20 years ago, Concord Consortium founder Robert Tinker sketched a compelling vision for authentic science in schools and communities, making the case that anyone can be a scientist. […]

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New Dynamic Data Science Collection

We’re making data science accessible and empowering students to understand and analyze complex data without hours of coding lessons or years of advanced mathematics. A new collection of Dynamic Data Science activities designed for students in grades 9-14 is now available to get students working with data! National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Data Portal […]

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