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Become a home-based volunteer (Singapore)

Looking for an opportunity to look at international oceans all from the comfort of your home? This perfect for you -- have loads of fun travelling through global water, all while contributing to our cause of improving the field of marine biology.

 

Find out more about what we do through our home-page or the BlueCounter blog.

You will be trained by us, so no prior coding experience is necessary. Multiple types of roles are available and will be discussed after your sign-up is completed.

Current project with Coral Morphologic

Coral Morphologic founded in 2007 by marine biologist Colin Foord and musician J.D. McKay in Miami, current hold one of the world's first underwater observatories through the Coral City Camera

After the success of the initial prototypes, BlueCounter and Coral Morphologic are currently working together on developing the final ecological monitoring software for the observatory.

Find out more about our project through a write-up by Colin Foord on the BlueCounter blog.

Become part of the development  process and volunteer for BlueCounter-Coral Morphologic

Current project with Coral Morphologic

Coral Morphologic founded in 2007 by marine biologist Colin Foord and musician J.D. McKay in Miami, current hold one of the world's first underwater observatories through the Coral City Camera

After the success of the initial prototypes, BlueCounter and Coral Morphologic are currently working together on developing the final ecological monitoring software for the observatory.

Find out more about our project through a write-up by Colin Foord on the BlueCounter blog.

Become part of the development  process and volunteer for BlueCounter-Coral Morphologic

BlueCounter

Ecological monitoring through automation