Robert Kirshner, chief program officer for science at the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation spoke with Inside Philanthropy about making the move to a foundation, what philanthropy can and can’t accomplish, and how one of the country’s largest private funders of science research decides what and who it’s going to support. Read the article here.
Learn how David Packard, co-founder of the David and Lucille Packard Foundation, launched the Packard Fellowship program. Download the Packard Fellowship case […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Palo Alto, California – The Science Philanthropy Alliance has appointed Shirley Tilghman as senior science advisor. Shirley […]