In our year-long series on the influence of basic science on the world’s pandemic response, author Susan Reslewic Keatley explores […]
The Science Philanthropy Alliance is a community of funders who work together to inspire new, emerging and current philanthropists to dedicate a portion of their philanthropy to basic science. Alliance members act both as champions and advisors to other philanthropists to ensure more private funding is earmarked for the kinds of research initiatives that have led to the scientific, technological and medical breakthroughs that fuel our technology and information-driven economy of the 21st century.
Why Basic Science?
Lorelle Espinosa, program director at the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and co-chair of the Alliance’s DEI shared interest group, recently […]
For Issues in Science and Technology, the Sloan Foundation’s Evan Michelson and Adam Falk argue that, for philanthropy to shape […]
The Science Philanthropy Alliance is honored to welcome the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as its newest member. Since its […]
Like humans, viruses have genomes: biological instructions that mold their structure, function, and reproduction. The ability to sequence a genome—to […]
The Science Philanthropy Alliance announced today the addition of Fleming Crim, Ph.D., as a senior science advisor. Crim, who is […]