You want to know what's in YOUR water too. Not only do you want to support our lab but you want to be one of the first Citizen Sensors in the Oasis project. We'll send you a prototype SENSE device, so you can: (a) start seeing what's going on in the water at home and wherever you go, and (b) (if you approve) automatically add your data to a shared map to become a part of our citizen sensor network.
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You believe that the only way we can tackle the big challenges facing society, is together. And for that we need the data, metrics, and analysis to create smart solutions to tough problems. Your tax-deductible donation will help fund the research and development of open technologies to enable this. We will thank you by name on our lab website.
You'll receive a colorful, metal water bottle featuring the MyOasis logo. (International Backers - please add $20 for shipping)
You wear your heart on your sleeve. The sleeve of an awesome Citizen Science t-shirt! Your tax-deductible donation helps support our lab's research and you'll be able to show your support for global citizenship with a rad t-shirt that will make you the envy of all your friends.
Get that warm-and-fuzzy feeling from a hooded MyOasis sweatshirt. (And from knowing that you're helping track heavy-metal water contamination in Mongolia. But mostly from the sweatshirt). (International Backers - Please add $20 for shipping)
You'd be out there with us if you weren't already going on adventures of your own. Your tax-deductible donation helps fund our research AND sends a device into the world. As a thank you, you will receive a handmade gift from one of our deployment sites, either Mongolia, Haiti, Peru, or Mozambique.
You want to know what's in YOUR water too. Not only do you want to support our lab and send a device to an indigenous community in one of our deployment sites, but you want to be one of the first Citizen Sensors in the Oasis project. We'll send you a prototype SENSE device, so you can: (a) start seeing what's going on in the water at home and wherever you go, and (b) (if you approve) automatically add your data to a shared map to become a part of our citizen sensor network.
You like what you see, and that's important because your big heart is matched only by your taste in art. With your support we'll be able to send *two* prototype SENSE devices into the world. And to show our thanks, we'll give you a signed print donated by National Geographic photographer Ben Horton. Each photo was taken from the Valley of the Khans expedition in Mongolia, a high-tech search for Genghis Khan's tomb led by DH Labs Co-Director Dr. Lin. See Ben's work in the gallery. Thanks Ben!
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You're a mega do-gooder, a do-even-gooder-er. No one will think you're a grinch after this contribution! You also believe in the power of citizen sensing, and want to help build our network. Your tax-deductible donation will allow us to send *three* prototype SENSE devices to Mongolia (or one of our other deployment sites) to start crowd-sourcing a freshwater map of our planet. We'll also send one device to you with the invitation to be one of the first citizen sensors here, at home.
We want to democratize sensing, but we need help testing our tech. Not only do you want to support us financially, but you also want to be a part of the research itself. You'll get a prototype SENSE device and a standard measurement devices to help us collect large amounts of data and compare it to standard measurements. For this effort, you are now a collaborator of our lab. You will be invited to join our virtual research discussions, and listed as a collaborator on our site.
You've done well in life and are in a position to make an impact on a global level. You want to have a direct impact, not just on science, but on the way research is fundamentally conducted. For your generous donation, you'll get a private tour of the Distributed Health Lab at UCSD and meet the scientists, explorers, and hackers behind it. Support at this level will be acknowledged by name in accepted scientific publications of this work.