Our Partners

We have teamed up with a number of world-class organisations to help bring Longitude Prize 2014 to life. Find out more about how they’re involved.

  • Nesta

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    Nesta is the UK’s innovation foundation with a mission to help people and organisations bring great ideas to life. We are dedicated to supporting ideas that can help improve all our lives, with activities ranging from early stage investment to in-depth research and practical programmes.

    We are the lead organisation on Longitude Prize 2014, helping to design, develop and fund the overall project.

  • Technology Strategy Board

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    The Technology Strategy Board is the UK’s innovation agency. Its goal is to accelerate economic growth by stimulating and supporting business-led innovation.

    The Technology Strategy Board is the launch funding partner for Longitude Prize 2014.

  • BBC

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    The BBC is the world's leading public service broadcaster. Its mission is to enrich people's lives with programmes that inform, educate and entertain. 

  • Science Museum

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    As the home of human ingenuity, with more than 3.3 million visitors annually, the Science Museum is offering in-kind of support to help the Longitude Prize 2014 reach more people.

  • National Maritime Museum

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    The National Maritime Museum in Greenwich is the largest museum of its kind in the world. It features extensive galleries and collections, and a learning centre and planetarium all focused on inspirational stories of discovery and adventure at sea.

    The National Maritime Museum is running a special exhibition based on the 300th anniversary of the Longitude Prize, and are including a section on the new Longitude Prize 2014.

  • Sciencewise

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    Sciencewise is the UK’s national centre for public dialogue in policy making involving science and technology issues.

    They supported the Longitude Prize 2014  public dialogue that contributed to the selection of the six challenges.

  • National Schools Partnership

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    National Schools Partnership help organisations reach and engage with young people, schools, community groups and families.

    They are working with us to deliver a schools programme that will engage students about the Longitude Prize 2014, its history and the new challenges.

  • Science Practice

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    Science Practice collaborates with scientists to connect their research to the world outside the lab.

    They are our lead research partner and are engaging the scientific community in developing the Longitude Prize 2014 challenges.

  • Amazon

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    Through its marketing and communication channels, Amazon will help raise awareness and engagement for Longitude Prize 2014.

Our Partners