Innovation doesn’t happen in a vacuum. The Foresight Fellowship is meant to accelerate the work of innovators out there who are shaping a critical piece of the puzzle that is building positive futures for life and our biosphere. Whether in Academia, in a private lab, doing independent research, or in a start-up – if you are advancing breakthrough technologies and working on something truly important, we want to support you.
The Foresight Fellowship is an exclusive one-year supportive program committed to giving change-makers the support and mentorship to accelerate their bold ideas into the future while they continue to work in their existing career.
During the one-year program, fellows will be invited to engage in Foresight’s groups, participate in relevant panels and salon discussions, connect to fellows and mentors, be featured in our media channels, and increase their skills. We will work hand in hand with you to find the optimal way to support you and your work.
We gratefully receive applications for the following four categories:
Nanotech: Molecular Machines | You work to advance Feynman’s vision of nanotechnology, to create atomically precise applications in energy, agriculture, materials science, and spur long-term progress toward molecular machines
Biotech: Health Extension | You work to advance progress on preventative and rejuvenating technologies that are crucial in mitigating future pandemics and guaranteeing long healthy lives for humans
Neurotech: Improving Cognition | You work to advance progress on beneficial short-term and long-term neurotechnology applications.
Computer Science: Intelligent Cooperation | You work on innovations in computing, cryptography and AI to help humans and emerging intelligences cooperate
Foresight: Existential Hope | You work to build inspiring, positive visions, and effective solutions to humanity’s most crucial challenges [more on existentialhope.com]
We look forward to collaborating with you.
For more information on Foresight and our previous fellowship programs, visit here.
Contact [email protected] for any questions regarding this fellowship.