The following is a list of organizations working in the area of curiosity. We welcome additions to the list.

Name:
GERAD O\'SHEA, M.A. & JESSICA NGUYEN, M.ED
Title:
Co-Founders
Organization:
Ap?lied Curiosity
Email:
info@appliedcuriosityresearch.com
Website:
Description:
Applied Curiosity Research encourages children’s intellectual curiosity, promotes their healthy development and prepares them for the future by transforming meaningful feedback from authentic settings into insights for our clients.
Research Areas:
Civic Engagement, Health Education, Media and Technology, Social Emotional Learning, & 21st Century Skills
Links To Publications:
Category:
Education

Name:
Kushal Sacheti
Title:
President
Organization:
Center for Curiosity
Tel:
917-477-5868
Email:
info@centerforcuriosity.com
Website:
Description:
The Center for Curiosity is a nonprofit organization dedicated to exploring the science of curiosity, promoting its practice, and its academic and public advancement.
Research Areas:
Curiosity
Interest Areas:
Curiosity
Links To Publications:
Category:
Research, Events, Grants, Fellowships

Name:
Jejj Wang
Title:
Curator
Organization:
College of Curiosity
Website:
Description:
We're a group of like-minded individuals who hope to promote curiosity and creativity.

Organization:
Curiodyssey
Address:
1651 Coyote Point Drive
Tel:
650-342-7755
Email:
info@CuriOdyssey.org
Website:
Description:
At Curiodyssey kids are let loose to observe, ask “what if” and let the natural world answer their questions.
Interest Areas:
Children, Education

Organization:
Hayden Lab: The Neural Basis of Choice
Address:
University of Rochester
Website:
Research Areas:
Neuroeconomics, Self-Control, Curiosity, Disease, & more
Links To Publications:

Name:
Tara Chklovski
Title:
President
Organization:
Irdescent Learning Center
Address:
532 West 22nd Street
Email:
info@iridescentlearning.org.
Website:
Description:
Irdescent is an education non-profit that trains professional engineers, scientists, and parents to deliver cutting-edge STEM education to underserved girls, children and their families.
Category:
Education, Children

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