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Johnson Matthey

Johnson Matthey are global leaders in sustainable technologies, applying cutting-edge science to create solutions that make a real difference to the world. They are developing solutions to help transport, energy, and chemical production move towards a circularity economy.
In the academic year 2021/22, Johnson Matthey are funding the Clean World Zone in January 2022 and the Healthy World Zone in February 2022.


Zone Funder: Agronomic Science Foundation

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The 2016 Soil zone was funded by the Agronomic Science Foundation Gateway fund. The Gateway Fund fosters innovative approaches to inspire young students and guide them to a career in agronomy, crop or soil sciences. Gateway funding enables novel methods to identify, inspire, and recruit high school, undergraduate and graduate students to develop an interest in agronomy, crop or soil sciences. The Agronomic Science Foundation (ASF) also supports young people through the Gateway Scholars Program.

Zone Funder: GenentechGenentech Logo

The 2017 Genomics zone is supported by funding from Genentech.

Scientist sponsor: Human Longevity, Inchli-logo-share

Human Longevity, Inc are sponsoring a scientist to participate in the 2017 Genomics zone.


Partner: Keep on Questioning

I’m a Scientist USA was originally brought to you by the nonprofit organization Keep on Questioning.