If you believe, as we do, that providing support for and promoting public understanding of bioscience research is of the utmost importance, please consider supporting NCABR financially.
By doing so, you’ll help us continue to provide engaging, effective resources, such as Bridging the Gap, a conference that brings together hundreds of people who have a stake in strengthening STEM education in North Carolina; our renowned Rx for Science Literacy free workshop series for K–12 educators; conferences that support the research community and our nationally acclaimed aboutbioscience.org website.
If you’re an individual, please consider supporting NCABR with a financial contribution. You have two options for making your contribution: an Individual Membership or an Individual Donation.
Individual Donations are tax-deductible, unlike Individual Memberships.
You can select the type and amount of your contribution after you click the “Make a Contribution” button above.
Join as an Organization
Organizations that conduct biomedical research and/or generate biomedical research-based sales
Examples: Academic institutions, government entities, nonprofit research organizations, industry (including, but not limited to, contract research organizations and pharmaceutical/ biotechnology/biomanufacturing companies)
Organizations that work with and support North Carolina’s bioscience research enterprise
Examples: Academic institutions that don’t conduct biomedical research, biomedical reagent and equipment supply companies, regional economic development partnerships, venture capital firms, consulting firms, law firms, architectural firms
Make a Program Contribution
Each year, NCABR provides organizations with opportunities to support a variety of science education and outreach programs. Opportunities include:
- Rx for Science Literacy professional development workshops for K–12 educators
- Professional development programs for the research community
- Science journalism conferences
To make a contribution in support of an existing or new program, please email Suzanne Wilkison, NCABR President, at email@example.com.