December 20, 2017

Dark Days for Science? Let's Light It Up! Secret Science Club is on a Mission

You can help launch science out of the darkness and into the light. Donate to SSC's end-of-year pledge drive and support Secret Science Club 2018.

In the wee hours before dawn on the longest night of the year (14 hours, 44 minutes, 42 seconds in NYC), we were reflecting on 2017 while preparing to launch Secret Science Club's 2018 season.  

At this year's SSCs, we've gone on an amazing ride from the farthest galaxies to the nanoscale - and into the depths of the human mind. We've plumbed the deep structure of the Earth and taken data-driven dives into the world of ants, viruses, biomechanics, black holes, and the nature of time.
 
No matter the season, no matter the political climate, Secret Science Club remains a place where science steps out into the night and shines.

You can help light it up in 2018!  

SSC people, you are our rocket fuel. From the energy you put into coming to our live science events to the engaged listening and incredible questions, we are awed by you every month. When we see you coming out - braving all weather - to hear a talk on astrophysics, microbes, or ocean life, it inspires us to keep going and do more.  

Please join us in celebrating science as a vital part of culture and public life and standing up for science as SSC heads into the future.

To make a donation and support Secret Science Club 2018, visit our secure pledge page. You can get cool pledge prizes, too (T-shirts, totes, secret SSC swag, and more!). For those of you who don't want pledge rewards, click here for faster check out.

Thanks to all the brilliant scientists who presented at SSC this year, the amazing people at the Bell House, our talented friends at Symphony Space, our kind & dedicated volunteers and advisors, and our wise partners at both the Albert & Mary Lasker Foundation and EST/Sloan. And thanks to our indomitable, wonderful, curious audience members.

Cheers to everyone for supporting SSC's mission!

Secret Science Club is a program of Science Live Productions, Inc, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, and your donations are tax deductible to the full extent permitted by law.

For more information, contact secretscienceclub[at]gmail.com

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