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Andrew Carnegie founded this institution in 1902 as a home for world-transforming scientific discoveries. Our mission—to advance investigation, research, and discovery, and apply that knowledge to the improvement of humankind—is now more urgent than ever. An independent research institution, we provide our scientists with the flexibility to seize opportunities as they arise and define new fields.
The pursuit of answers—fueled by our scientist’s curiosity, intellect, and creativity—has resulted in substantial breakthroughs, including McClintock's work with "jumping genes" and Fire's co-discovery of RNAi.
When you give to Carnegie, you are supporting the next generation of scientific luminaries as they probe the mysteries of our planet, the impact human activity has on our fragile ecosystems, and the synthesis of molecules that make life possible.
We are now entering a time of scientific discovery unparalleled in our history. This new age brings a convergence of trends in scientific practice and technology that allows interdisciplinary research to thrive at the Division of Biosphere Sciences and Engineering.Donate to Support Biosphere Sciences & Engineering
Carnegie’s vibrant and successful early career programs are at the heart of our mission. By supporting our growing community of up-and-coming scientific innovators, you will enable the next generation of researchers to make a decisive impact on the scientific endeavor.Donate to Support Carnegie's Greatest Needs
Support for the Carnegie Fund provides financial flexibility to meet immediate needs and seize opportunities that may arise. This could span from seed funding for novel research directions to jumping on of-the-moment fieldwork opportunities.Donate to Support Carnegie's Greatest Needs
Outreach & Education
Carnegie maintains a suite of public outreach programs designed to interest the general public in scientific investigation; provide educational activities and resources for elementary, middle, and high school students; and strengthen undergraduate curricula.Donate to Support Carnegie Outreach & Education Efforts