Duncan Forgan & Aleks Scholz
Open science: scientists communicate with the rest of the populace, during and after the research has been done.
astrobites.org run by graduate students who summarize arXiv for undergraduate students! FTW! And would love to host useful intro documentation for undergrads, written by anyone!
There is no such thing as a stupid question (the comic book): http://bit.do/dotastro-comicbook
Scientists ask questions until they are satisfied by the answers.
Tactile outreach for the visually impaired
NOAO data lab datalab.noao.edu as a Science Exploration Format: images, catalogs (DEC outputs, DESI inputs, etc.) Software will be public. Similar to tools proposed by ESA, GAIA, LSST, SKA.
Justyn Campbell-White: Classifying Stellar Bubbles
Using Citizen Science Data for PhD project.
http://jb.man.ac.uk/pynterferometer (note 30% chance of crashing on a Mac) Simulating results from a given interferometer setup.
Asteroid Day is June 30th, 2016. http://asteroidday.lcogt.net Allows you to schedule your own observations of asteroids, stitches them together into movies!