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Our annual Edinburgh International Science Festival and Generation Science schools tour is produced by the Edinburgh International Science Foundation, an educational charity with a mission is to inspire, encourage and challenge people of all ages and backgrounds to explore and understand the world around them. Every year we provide inspirational experiences of science and technology to over 168,000 children and adults through these activites. We simply couldn’t achieve this without the support of our partners; the generous funders, sponsors, individuals, trusts and foundations who help us achieve our aims and reach our audience.

With thanks to all our supporters listed below:

There are a number of ways that you can support Edinburgh International Science Festival. Browse the pages in the menu above to find out more or contact Hannah Schlesinger, Head of Development,

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    Generation Science Club is a network of individuals and companies who encourage the next generation to engage with science, technology, engineering and maths. Generation Science travels to primary schools all across Scotland, delivering world-class shows and workshops. By donating funds to support our work, Generation Science Club members ensure that our activities can be enjoyed by all pupils – wherever they are and whatever their economic background.

    Alex and Rhona Callander
    Andrew Aldridge
    Barry and Helen Sealey – The BEST Trust
    Bosch RexRoth
    Dr Chris Masters
    Edina Trust
    Dr George Ronald Inglis
    Ian Ritchie
    Ian Wall
    Joe Faraday
    John Hylands
    Katie Phair
    Mairi Mickel
    Nimar Charitable Trust
    Dr Richard Kimberlin
    Scottish Qualifications Authority
    University of Edinburgh
    And to all those who prefer toremain anonymous

    Find out more about Generation Science Club