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  • Science Sandbox
    Science Sandbox is dedicated to inspiring a deeper interest in science, especially among those who don't think of themselves as science enthusiasts. We support and collaborate with programs that unlock scientific thinking in everyone. Science

    Sandbox is an initiative of the Simons Foundation.
    Our partnerships invite a wide audience to engage in the scientific process — a process defined by curiosity, contingent upon asking questions, and informed by reliable evidence — to find solutions to everyday problems. Funded projects include film and other media productions, informal education experiences, live science events and awareness campaigns.

    Our funding criteria reflect our belief in the positive effects of infusing the culture with scientific thinking. We seek grantees who bring science to the people, tell science stories in innovative ways, and make science relevant to everyday life
  • Chroma
    Chroma Technology Corp. is a 100% employee owned manufacturer of interference filters for the ultra-violet, visible and near-infrared portions of the spectrum. We are proud to be an active and caring member of the communities in which we live and that we serve.
  • Samsung
    Samsung leads the global market in high-tech electronics manufacturing and digital media.

    Imagine Bigger Explore virtual worlds and travel the globe with Samsung's Gear VR. With your phone in the headset and the controller in your hand, you can explore virtual reality worlds and get deeper into immersive stories.

  • Lagunitas Brewing Company
    The Lagunitas Brewing Company was founded in 1993 in Lagunitas, California and half owned by Heineken International. The brewery is known for iconoclastic interpretations of traditional beer styles, and irreverent descriptive text and stories on its packaging. The company was the fifth top selling craft brewery in the U.S. in 2014
  • Labocine
    Labocine is an Imagine Science Films initiative to extend film programming to a broader and diverse audience. By experimenting with cinematic form and style, LaboCine is committed to provoking scientific intrigue and understanding, always ensuring compelling and well-founded narratives. Periodically, LaboCine will be releasing Spotlights online. On the first Thursday of every month, enjoy issue selections which complement newsworthy science by proposing a surgically curated online festival. From documentary to fiction to lab footage, LaboCine hopes to always challenge the way you understand, interpret and appreciate scientific ideas and perspectives.
  • STATE Festival
    STATE Festival is a breeding ground for a dynamic new scene of curious minds that bridge disciplines in order to explore and challenge the boundaries of present knowledge and shape ideas for our future.

    STATE Festival creates a meeting ground for science and the public, where scientific inquiry meets artistic expression. It is a unique platform that integrates science, technology and culture to explore key transformational changes in society and business. Deeply rooted in our conviction about the power of interdisciplinary creativity and open participation, we connect curious minds across borders and lean into the future to seize the opportunities brought about by future innovation.

  • 500 Women Scientists
    Over 20,000 women of STEM and supporters from more than 100 countries have signed in support of 500 Women Scientists, pledging to build an inclusive scientific community dedicated to training a more diverse group of future leaders in science and to use the language of science to bridge divides and enhance global diplomacy.

    500 Women Scientists works to build communities and foster real change that comes from small groups, not large crowds. Our Local Pods help create those deep roots through strong, personal relationships. Local Pods are where members meet regularly, develop a support network, make strategic plans, and take action. Pods focus on issues that resonate in their communities, rooted in our mission and values.

  • Samui
    International dynamic duo, Thai native and former globally acclaimed jewelry designer A Napadol and her celebrated music producer husband Hani, share their love of entertaining with the creation of Brooklyn's newest hot spot – Samui. A southeast Asian restaurant with a focus on modern Thai cuisine inspired by the food so lovingly prepared by A's grandmother in her tiny home-based eatery in northeast Thailand, Samui is an exciting addition to Fort Greene's massive Brooklyn Navy Yard area redevelopment.

    15 Vanderbilt Ave
    Brooklyn, NY 11205

  • Kitsplit
    We are a community of 7000 professional filmmakers and production companies renting equipment to and from each other. We have a curated audience of content creators interested and excited about networking with each other and supporting each other through gear rentals. We are making it easier for content creators to get access to equipment and make more and better quality content. We partner with a bunch of industry organizations and companies doing co-promotions and sold out events.
  • New York Magazine - New York By New York
    With New York by New York, New York Magazine's premium membership program, you can unlock access to unique experiences and offers curated by our editors. Enjoy the best dining and restaurant offers, shop with exclusive friends-and-family rates, and receive invitations to events hosted by New York. Plus, get personalized tips on New York living from our editors and critics, and enjoy VIP passes and perks at the city's best cultural institutions. Your first month is free.
  • Pariscience
    PARISCIENCE is a film festival which crosses science with cinema to shed light on the evolution of the various scientific disciplines and their impact on society.Each year, the festival showcases the very best of French and international science-themed films. Many of the films have never been shown on French television.The festival runs for 6 days in early October and is held at the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris. It is organised by the Association Science & Télévision (AST), a collective of independent production companies working to promote science on television and developing relationships between the audiovisual sector and the scientific world.
  • is a project of the Life Extension Advocacy Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting healthy human lifespan through fiscally sponsoring longevity research projects and raising awareness regarding the societal benefits of healthy life extension.

    In 2015, we launched, the first nonprofit crowdfunding platform focused on the biomedical research of aging. We believe that this will enable the general public to influence the pace of research directly.
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