June 27, 2016

Preparing For The Imminent Rise Of Citizen Science

In an article for Law 360, Faegre Baker Daniels partner Delmar Ehrich shared his knowledge on the rise of citizen involvement in scientific studies and information gathering. He covers how companies can prepare for this growth and how it could change current systems of risk management.

"The EPA blandly describes citizen science as 'projects and programs that engage the public in scientific investigations, such as asking questions, collecting data and interpreting results.'[1] In that sense, citizen science is not new; after all, members of the public have long volunteered to assist or be subjects in university or government studies," Ehrich said.

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