Funding Scientific Research
Winton’s success is built on scientific creativity and curiosity – and our philanthropy invests in these qualities by funding experimental, bold and risk-taking research. Notable projects include the Winton Programme for the Physics of Sustainability at the Cavendish Laboratory, and the Winton Bio-informatics Suite at the Francis Crick Institute.
As Winton’s home city, London is a key focus for Winton Philanthropies. We support projects and institutions that add to the character, culture and beauty of the city. In pursuit of this goal, Winton Philanthropies has supported Kew Gardens, Shakespeare’s Globe and Westminster Abbey.
Communication of Scientific Ideas
We believe that scientific ideas should be shared and understood beyond academia. Winton Philanthropies focuses particularly on the field of the public understanding of risk, aiming to educate the public and policymakers in how to make better decisions using statistics. Significant projects include the Winton Centre for Risk & Evidence Communication at Cambridge University, and the Winton Mathematics Gallery at the Science Museum, London.
With offices in nine locations around the world – from London to Sydney – Winton is a global company. We aim to be a good neighbour wherever we work, supporting charities in the areas local to Winton's offices.
The Winton Exoplanet Fellowship
The Winton Exoplanet Fellowship Programme is a new initiative providing an opportunity for exceptional recent doctoral scientists to conduct novel theoretical and observational research into planetary astronomy.
Please note that grant proposals are by invitation only − we do not accept unsolicited proposals. Because of our tightly defined grant-making themes, many worthwhile projects fall outside the scope of our funding priorities. However, if you have thoughts or enquiries related to our work that you would like to share, you can contact us at email@example.com. Please understand that due to the volume of enquiries we receive, we are only able to commit to reviewing those which are aligned to our strategic themes.
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