Our Partners

Science Connected is pleased to have the following organizations, programs, and publications as our project partners, collaborators, and friends.

Our partners form an important part of of our mission to increase scientific literacy in underserved communities and the greater public by connecting people with the latest scientific research, translating science into accessible language, and debunking pseudoscience with real research findings. 

American Museum of Natural History

Conservation Folks

Goodnight Earth

It’s Okay to Be Smart

Lab Roots

Life Science Exploration



Nature.com Blogs

Neuroscience from Underground

PBS Digital Studios

PBS Eons



Rethink Outside



Science with Sophie

Simon’s Cat Logic


The Anthroment

The ‘Scope

Things I Tell My Mom

By forging partnerships with other organizations, programs, and publications, Science Connected is able to promote lifelong learning, equal access, conservancy, and empowering others to make informed choices to support a healthy planet. We believe that cultivating an informed citizenry is vital to democracy. We work to inform the public about science so everyone can make choices that support environmental sustainability.

The Science Connected mission encompasses working with scientists and educators to provide children with the scientific knowledge that will help employ them, help them become future citizens, leaders, and innovators. But that’s not all. We also work with researchers, journalists, universities, and industry leaders to provide cutting-edge research findings to people of all ages who continue to change our world for the better.

Science Connected is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit producer of fun, engaging, research-based science education resources. We are a global group of scientists and science communicators who are dedicated to increasing public understanding of science and creating free and equal access to science education.

Together we help scientists provide public access to their research findings; translate complex research findings into accessible insights on science, nature, and technology; and facilitate scientific research, communication, and lifelong learning.

Our organization views science as a space for growth, opportunity, community, environmental stewardship, and education. We put this view into practice by creating a collaborative space for researchers, citizen scientists, educators, and science communicators to write about scientific projects that will change our world. And because we also report on the culture and politics surrounding science, we often focus on its human side, offering a place for scientists and community members to tell their stories. In addition to publishing Science Connected Magazine, we produce teaching guides, lab manuals, and paperback anthologies.