Your citizen science story for Bloomsbury Festival
Thank you for coming to this form from the UCL ExCiteS blog. All questions are optional - say as much or little as you'd like.

An example set of answers might be: “I take part in Globe at Night. Every so often after nightfall I go outside and record how bright the artificial lights are and what stars I can and can’t see. By doing this I hope to demonstrate that levels of artificial lighting in London are far above what is necessary for our safety at night, and that the situation is deteriorating and unhealthy. Perhaps it will encourage future policy makers to take local wildlife into account and allow us to sleep better.” But your answers might be very, very different.

We may edit your answers slightly for clarity. Please e-mail us at a.sheppard@ucl.ac.uk if you want to discuss anything.

What's your citizen science project's name, if it has one?
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What do you do in this project?
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Do you hope to discover anything, or hope that something will happen as a result of your project?
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What's your first name and region where you're from? Please don't submit your full address. "Alice, Peckham" is fine.
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Are you happy for us to put what you've written onto a display board at our Citizen Science Marketplace at the Bloomsbury Festival? *
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