We envision a world in which understanding science plays a guiding role in shaping a safe, satisfying, and opportunity-filled future for everyone.
The Science Literacy Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)3 social-impact organization whose mission is to investigate, create, and fund scalable initiatives and programs providing new paths to achieving science literacy.
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Funding The Open Notebook to pilot a program in which science journalists mentor general journalists to amplify and enhance science coverage.
A bold redefinition of science literacy for the 21st century, mapping out the challenges and opportunities ahead.
Podcasts and essays on the complex topics at the forefront of civic life.
Grants to science journalists, educators, and researchers advancing our vision, under the guidance of our board and our panel of experts.
Scalable program to foster one-on-one dialogues between scientists across disciplines and the public.
A newsletter calling out stories that misrepresent science in confusing or harmful ways, and promoting more constructive strategies.
We are educators, journalists, strategists, policy makers, and scientists working together to make a better world.
We are always looking to expand our movement. If you feel inspired by our vision, send us a note about a program or project you would like us to firstname.lastname@example.org