Supporting everyone in the world to get involved in shaping the future of human knowledge.
What is ‘Science for All’
‘Science for All’ is a charity that supports everyone in the world to get involved in shaping the future of human knowledge.
What we do
We recognise that many of the challenges facing the planet today do not have solutions which fall into categories such as ‘public health’, ‘environmental studies’ and ‘education’. We recognise that knowledge takes many forms - this includes people who are subject area experts, people with traditional, Indigenous or local knowledge – and those with big dreams and big ideas.
Our aim is to bring together experts from these diverse areas to work in partnership with as many people as possible by using a combination of free face-to- face events in metropolitan and rural areas, as well as online tools.
We do this through our projects such as 'Standardised Data on Initiatives (STARDIT)', 'Campfires and Science' and 'Wild DNA'.
Standardised Data on Initiatives (STARDIT)
STARDIT is an open access data-sharing system to standardise the way that information about initiatives is reported.
STARDIT is free to use, and data can be submitted by anyone.
More information about STARDIT can be found here: ScienceForAll.World/STARDIT
‘Campfires and Science’ is a new and growing community of people who head outdoors, light a campfire, and share knowledge. We lead regular trips into the wilderness to support scientific research and provide hands-on learning about how to do research.
Learn more about Campfires and Science here
For this project we are training people to collect environmental DNA samples and contribute to improving biodiversity in the Victorian Central Highlands, Australia. Here is a report about this research project. Learn more about the Wild DNA project here.
About Science for All
Learn more about Science for All in this video or visit the 'About' page to learn more.