This week, the Mozilla Science Lab is launching our second annual Mozilla Fellowship for Science. Starting in September 2016, we’re sponsoring four researchers to build projects in support of the physical, life, and natural sciences, and we’d love for you to be a part of that process. The call will be open until July 15th, with further details in the application, but we wanted to call out some of the amazing features of the fellowship and especially encourage our community to apply!
WHAT DO FELLOWS DO?
Fellows work with their research institutions and convene a few times a year to discuss their work and collaborate with their cohort. We have fellows working on open data and data reuse curriculum, biomedical research programs, open source tools to teach the world about the command line or climate science. Check out the blogs of our current fellows to get a feel for the types of projects and programs the work on, and the issues that are important to them:
- Joey – http://jk-lee.com/blog/
- Jason – http://blog.jasonbobe.net/
- Richard – http://rik.smith-unna.com/
- Christie – https://practicaldatamanagement.wordpress.com/
We welcome a diversity of applicants from our global community, and the experiences documented in the fellows’ blogs are only the beginning of an evolving program. We’ll be featuring individual blog posts from our fellows over the next few weeks to provide additional context to their fellowship experiences. Stay tuned for those on our blog!
WHERE CAN I APPLY?
Ready to apply? Here are the links and details in brief: