Public understanding of science is urgent.

Now more than ever, scientists and science organizations need innovative, effective engagement with the public. Science builds on a foundation of many minds, many voices, many perspectives, and is strengthened by being inclusive. From art-science collaborations, citizen science projects, and museums… to science social events, workshops, and social media… working with Brighter Impacts will give your research the advantage of a unique, innovative, and well-designed science engagement project, with equitable opportunities for participation.

Brighter Impacts won’t just free you up to focus on your research — it will empower your research grants to eclipse the competition.

 With over two decades of experience, Brighter Impacts provides full-service science engagement — from designing your project, advancing equity, selecting the right evaluator, creating a logic model, writing the Broader Impacts statement, managing the project, to reporting on outcomes and impacts after it’s done.

Explore this website to find out more.

Nancy Lowe

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  1. I recommend and admire Nancy’s skills and have benefited from them directly as a Biology professor. We worked together with Spelman College undergraduates, on NSF grants, leading nature journaling excursions, and in art and science partnerships. I have turned to her repeatedly for consult and creativity. Nancy has rich experience helping both artists and scientists in collaborations, grants, and outreach, and is herself like a mermaid or centaur, having trained professionally in both art and science.


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