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The South Florida Science Center in collaboration with the FAU Brain Institute has just opened the world's most advanced neuroscience exhibit which will inspire a new generation of scientists, technologists, and medical professionals. Journey Through the Human Brain features the latest research and innovations, with high-tech displays, immersive experiences, and state-of-the-art equipment. 

Journey through the Human Brain is a 2,500 square foot, permanent exhibition located in the west wing of the Science Center. It contains 30 interactive installations, has been in development for three years and cost $2.5 million to produce. It takes a bottom-up approach to telling the story of the human brain, from the molecular level to the integrated circuitry that reveals how the brain informs our senses, creates our thoughts and emotions, and how it has evolved into the most complex structure in the universe. The exhibit will delve into disorders of the brain and highlight ground-breaking research taking place today at world-famous brain research centers located in Palm Beach County.

Other collaborators include the University of Minnesota, Scripps, Max Planck, CareerSource, and several other national and international partners. Funded by our generous supporters below and YOU!

We are always working to make the Science Center a better place and have big plans for the future. Your continued giving through donations, no matter the amount, go a long way here at our Science Center.

Please click here to donate today. 

You may also download this form and email or mail it to: 

Marcy Hoffman
Director of Institutional Advancement

Mhoffman@sfsciencecenter.org
4801 Dreher Trail North
West Palm Beach, FL 33405

Direct Line: (561) 370-7738


With grateful recognition to our partners and supporters to date:

$750,000 and up

Quantum Foundation | Stiles-Nicholson Foundation

$45,000 - $100,000

Lattner Family Foundation | Mr. and Mrs. John Niblack | Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stiller | William H. Pitt Foundation

$10,000 - $44,999

Edward T. Bedford Foundation| Mr. David Ferro | Mr. and Mrs. David Frisbie | Mary Alice Fortin Foundation | Palm Health Foundation | PNC Grow Up Great | Michael Flagler Matthews Fund at the Community Foundation | Walker Family Foundation

$3,000 - $9,999

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Fisher

$1000 - $2,999

Mr. Brad Beckett | Mr. Alfred Bell | Mr. and Mrs. Lew Crampton | Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gordon |  Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Haft | Mr. and Mrs. Eric Levine |

Mr. and Mrs. David Nuti | Ms. Susan Stautberg

$200 - $999

Mr. and Mrs. William Aylward | Ms. Perrine Crampton | Mr. Dean Goodman | Mr. Donald Gulbrandsen | Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardwick

Ms. Page Lee Hufty | Mr. and Mrs. Simon Isaacs | Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Lorentzen | Ms. Laura Moore | Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Poppel | Ms. Missie Rennie

Mr. Michael Sherling | Ms. Elaine Strosberg | Mr. and Mrs. Scott Worley 

 


The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium Donor Privacy Policy

The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium considers the personal information of our donors and members to be proprietary. It is the Center's policy not to provide, sell or share this information to other organizations nor send donor solicitation mailings on behalf of other organizations.

This policy includes all personal information including phone numbers, physical and e-mail addresses and applies to all information collected either via our website or directly from our donors and members.

 

Four Star Charity for 5 years in a row

The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is proud to be recognized as a four-star charity by Charity Navigator, America's premier independent charity evaluator. Charity Navigator works to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the financial health of America's largest charities.

Charity Navigator rates charities by evaluating two broad areas of financial health - organizational efficiency and organizational capacity. Using a set of financial ratios or performance categories to rate each of these two areas, Charity Navigator issues an overall rating that combines the charity's performance in both areas. Charity Navigator ratings show givers how efficiently they believe a charity will use its support today, and to what extent the charity is growing its programs and services over time.

Make A Gift Today

The South Florida Science Center in collaboration with the FAU Brain Institute is advancing a transformative project to inspire a new generation of scientists, technologists, and medical professionals. Opening March 13th, 2019 Journey Through the Human Brain is a permanent exhibit around the latest research and innovations in neuroscience. This $2.5 million campaign will create the ground-breaking exhibit and support ongoing educational programs and operations.

Other collaborators include the University of Minnesota, Scripps, Max Planck, CareerSource, and several other national and international partners. Funded by our generous supporters below and YOU!

We are always working to make the Science Center a better place and have big plans for the future. Your continued giving through donations, no matter the amount, go a long way here at our Science Center.

Please click here to donate today. 

You may also download this form and email or mail it to: 

Marcy Hoffman
Director of Institutional Advancement

Mhoffman@sfsciencecenter.org
4801 Dreher Trail North
West Palm Beach, FL 33405

Direct Line: (561) 370-7738

With grateful recognition to our partners and supporters to date:

$750,000 and up

Quantum Foundation | Stiles-Nicholson Foundation

$45,000 - $100,000

Lattner Family Foundation | Mr. and Mrs. John Niblack | Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stiller | William H. Pitt Foundation

$10,000 - $44,999

Edward T. Bedford Foundation| Mr. David Ferro | Mr. and Mrs. David Frisbie | Mary Alice Fortin Foundation | Palm Health Foundation | PNC Grow Up Great | Michael Flagler Matthews Fund at the Community Foundation | Walker Family Foundation

$3,000 - $9,999

Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Fisher

$1000 - $2,999

Mr. Brad Beckett | Mr. Alfred Bell | Mr. and Mrs. Lew Crampton | Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Gordon |  Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Haft | Mr. and Mrs. Eric Levine |

Mr. and Mrs. David Nuti | Ms. Susan Stautberg

$200 - $999

Mr. and Mrs. William Aylward | Ms. Perrine Crampton | Mr. Dean Goodman | Mr. Donald Gulbrandsen | Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hardwick

Ms. Page Lee Hufty | Mr. and Mrs. Simon Isaacs | Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Lorentzen | Ms. Laura Moore | Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Poppel | Ms. Missie Rennie

Mr. Michael Sherling | Ms. Elaine Strosberg | Mr. and Mrs. Scott Worley 

 

The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium Donor Privacy Policy

The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium considers the personal information of our donors and members to be proprietary. It is the Center's policy not to provide, sell or share this information to other organizations nor send donor solicitation mailings on behalf of other organizations.

This policy includes all personal information including phone numbers, physical and e-mail addresses and applies to all information collected either via our website or directly from our donors and members.

 

Four Star Charity for 5 years in a row

The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is proud to be recognized as a four-star charity by Charity Navigator, America's premier independent charity evaluator. Charity Navigator works to advance a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the financial health of America's largest charities.

Charity Navigator rates charities by evaluating two broad areas of financial health - organizational efficiency and organizational capacity. Using a set of financial ratios or performance categories to rate each of these two areas, Charity Navigator issues an overall rating that combines the charity's performance in both areas. Charity Navigator ratings show givers how efficiently they believe a charity will use its support today, and to what extent the charity is growing its programs and services over time.