TSRC’s Campaign for Science: Creating a dedicated home for the largest independent molecular science center in the world.

TSRC has entered into an agreement to purchase the historic “Telluride Depot,” contingent on raising the $8 million needed for purchase ($5,250,000) and renovation ($2,750,000). An additional $2 million will create an endowment to support building maintenance and seed new initiatives. The TSRC Depot is anticipated to open in Summer 2020.

TSRC HAS BECOME A CRITICAL PIECE OF THE SUPERSTRUCTURE OF AMERICAN SCIENCE
  • Collaborating with the thought-leaders in their fields, TSRC scientists develop new research ideas, overcome common research challenges, and build new partnerships.
  • TSRC generates the fundamental knowledge-base for new solutions in energy, medicine, water, climate, national security, and advanced materials for computing and manufacturing.
  • TSRC workshops are unique in that they are conceived and organized by scientists, ensuring the most cutting-edge science and the participation of the best scientists in the world.
  • TSRC focuses on small-group meetings to facilitate communication and collaboration. 

  • TSRC scientists won Nobel Prizes in 2016 (Sir Fraser Stoddart and Ben Feringa), 2014 (Eric Betzig and William E. Moerner), and 2013 (Arieh Warshel). 

  • TSRC has operated in the black since it was founded in 1984.

Contact Mark Kozak, TSRC's Managing Director for more information.

Telluride Science Research Center
Post Office Box 2429, Telluride CO 81435
Tel: + 970.708.4426
Email: info@telluridescience.org
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