Julien Vachelard, Thaise Gambarra-Soares, Gabriela Augustini, Pablo Riul, Vinicius Maracaja-Coutinho
Crowdfunding represents an attractive new option for funding research projects, especially for students and early-career scientists or in the absence of governmental aid in some countries. The number of successful science-related crowdfunding campaigns is growing, which demonstrates the public's willingness to support and participate in scientific projects. Putting together a crowdfunding campaign is not trivial, however, so here is a guide to help you make yours a success.
February 2016: PLoS Biology