Society For Amateur Scientists

Society For Amateur Scientists

The Society for Amateur Scientists (SAS) was a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to "helping ordinary people do extraordinary science".

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Society For Amateur Scientists - History
... The Society for Amateur Scientists was the first organization ever created for the generalists of citizen science ... Inspired by the example of his grandfather, a gifted amateur scientist named George Donald Graham, Carlson founded SAS in San Diego, California on January 1, 1994 ... tapped Carlson, due to his leadership in the citizen scientist community, to write their long running column The Amateur Scientist ...

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