OUR PARTNERS & FUNDERS
Collider Science is a community interest company, a type of social enterprise in which all profits are ploughed back into serving the community it has been set up to serve, which are young people with a passion for science. All of Collider Science's assets can only be used for its social objectives.
Kings College School Wimbledon is host school to Future Forum and a leading secondary independent school according to Sunday Times Parent Power survey. We are very grateful to Kings for providing teacher support and funds for speaker fees for activities held to date for Future Forum.
We have worked with Imperial College Department for computing to launch Women in Computer Science diversity initiative, and organise the public engagement programme, Ethics in AI.
We are hugely grateful for the support of Sir Paul Nurse, President of the Royal Society, Director of the Francis Crick Institute, Winner of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2001, for Science Question Time, a hugely successful initiative bringing teachers, parents and teachers together in a public forum about the future.
Ignite Futures Ltd (t/a Ignite!) is the ColliderSCIENCE partner for programme development. Ignite! is a not-for-profit company that grew out of Nesta’s earlier investment programme in the exceptional creative talent of the UK. Ignite! has over 10 years’ experience delivering programmes that support the development of creativity in young people, working with highly regarded mentors and tutors and drawing on an extensive networks in the fields of creativity and innovation. Projects include citizen science Lab13 in the UK and in Ghana, and the UK ArtScience Prize, part of the international ArtScience Labs network. The collaboration with ColliderSCIENCE is led by Rick Hall, director of programmes at Ignite!, and Emilie Glazer, director of the UK ArtScience Prize.
The Biodiversity Innovation Lab is supported by an UnLtd SPARK award funded by Santander. UnLtd is the leading provider of support to social entrepreneurs in the UK and offers the largest such network in the world.
We are currently seeking funding from a number of sources for the next wave of 2015-2016 Future Forum projects and other future ColliderSCIENCE plans. Click here for more information on our projects and future plans.
Please contact us here if you are interested in supporting us, whether through hard cash or sharing your skills, enthusiasm and expertise. Corporate sponsors, other social enterprises, charities, business angels, cultural and social entrepreneurs all welcome. Thank you!