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NISE Network Partners Across the Country

The NISE Network achieves its reach and impact through the participation of over 600 partner organizations in Network activities each year. The NISE Network creates resources on a national level, and Network partners coordinate and implement project activities locally. Through the diversity of our partner organizations, the Network has broad geographic and demographic reach across the country. Together, we engage 11 million people each year in high-quality STEM learning! 

NISE Network partner map 2022 indicated by dots throughout the United States

Who is included on this list below?

  • Most NISE Network partners are museums and university outreach educators and scientists located in the United States.
  • This list of institutions below is not exhaustive and only indicates partners who have received physical kits from the NISE Network; many additional institutions and individuals use the NISE Network public engagement materials and many others have generously contributed their expertise towards the development of these materials.
  • Each project has their own eligibility criteria and you can find lists of partners receiving different kits below.
  • Additionally, most NISE Network partners report collaborating locally with additional local community partners such as libraries, schools, afterschool programs, and community groups (these institutions and individuals are not included on the list below). 
  • For more information about NISE Network core partners and project partners for different projects, please visit:
  • For assistance with locating an individual person at one of the institutions below, please contact one of our regional hub leaders:
  • For more information about the kits listed below, please visit:

Partners listed alphabetically by State, City, and physical kits received

KitsExplore Science: Earth & Space (2017-2020), Explore Science: Let's Do Chemistry (2018), Frankenstein (2018), Building with Biology (2016), SustainABLE (2016), Explore Science: Zoom into Nano (2016), and NanoDays (2008-2015).