Science transforms lives. It begins with curiosity

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Our educational charity is dedicated to creating a more connected, compassionate and resilient society.

We know that there are still too many challenges preventing people from engaging with and benefiting from science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). We The Curious is all about empowering communities, no matter what their age, ethnicity, culture, disability or background, to ask questions and get creative.

We want to remove the boundaries between science, art, people and ideas. We want to overcome some of life’s greatest challenges together and make a better world possible.

We need your support

We The Curious receives no regular funding from the government. We depend on income from our visitors, funders and charitable donations to continue our work. 

Support us today to help fund our venue, and the work we do with local school children and communities.

There are so many ways that you can help - whether that’s by donating todaybecoming a member, volunteering with us or becoming a corporate partner.

To find out more contact our development team at development.team@wethecurious.org 

 

You can donate to our Just Giving page by clicking on the Just Giving logo below.


A huge thank you!

...To all of our volunteers, funders, members, visitors and partners who have supported us for the past 20 years. We couldn't continue without you.

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Our trustees

As a charity We The Curious is governed by a Board of Trustees and supported by an Advisory Council:

  • Chris Sims: Chair
  • Tom Betts
  • Simon Cooper
  • Ross Fairley
  • Councillor Helen Godwin
  • Councillor Geoff Gollop
  • Nick Jones
  • Kathreena Kurian FRCPath(Neuro)
  • Lara Lalemi
  • Professor David May FRS
  • Sujata McNab
  • David Sproxton CBE
  • Joanna Stringer
  • Henry Easterbrook