The Open Notebook is supported by a grant from Science Sandbox, an initiative of the Simons Foundation dedicated to inspiring a deeper interest in science. This grant supports operational expenses and funds a series of articles (created in partnership with the National Association of Science Writers Diversity Committee) that will examine the experiences and perspectives of minority science journalists and journalistic issues of particular relevance to minority communities.





Knight Science Journalism at MIT has provided generous support for The Open Notebook, including funding dozens of feature articles and interviews, as well as providing operational support.







logo-bwfTheTON/BWF fellowships for early-career science journalists are supported through a grant from the Burroughs Wellcome Fund.






CASW logoThe Open Notebook has partnered with the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing to create the Storygrams series, which offers in-depth annotations of outstanding science stories. This project is supported through a grant from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.






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The Open Notebook has partnered with the authors of Science Blogging: The Essential Guide to serve as the book’s editorially independent online home.






Since 2015, the Therese Foundation has provided unrestricted funds to The Open Notebook to further its mission of helping environmental, science, and health care journalists improve their skills.





NASWlogoIn 2011, the National Association of Science Writers provided TON with seed funding through its Idea Grant program. The grant was extended in 2012 and 2013. Reference to any specific commercial product, process, or service does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement of or recommendation by the National Association of Science Writers, and any views and opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the National Association of Science Writers.



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