Our team of scientists reviews every submitted project. Once you're ready, we'll help with feedback on how to improve your project. Check out our guide to learn more about our project criteria.
Yes! Experiment is a platform that facilitates crowd-sourced research awards. Successful project funding will be made as an award directly to your institution, institution-affiliated foundation, or equivalent authority. The award will be made by Experiment, or Experiment approved 501(c)(3) partner, as a gift restricted for use by you, your lab, or department.
Donations to projects can apply for tax-deductible status by undergoing a verification process by an Experiment-approved 501(c)(3) partner. Please get in contact with our Partnerships team for more information.
Almost any type of project can succeed on Experiment, but the best projects are ones that offer a chance to interact with a larger community. To learn more, check out our case studies that examine all types of successful experiments.
We encourage transparency but we don't enforce restrictions on what you can or cannot share. In the end, you are control what content your comfortable sharing with your backers.
Scientists have named squid after backers, hosted paleontology field visits, and thanked backers in published papers. Every project is a unique chance to share behind-the-scenes science.
We've gathered some successful stories to help you learn more.