Collaboration - The Key To Success
We believe that science is the only true way to ask and answer questions about the natural world, and that collaborative, multi-disciplinary research is the most effective approach to reveal the universe's fundamental truths.
Our Scientific Partners
We're proud to partner with several organizations and individuals who share our commitment to collaborative, multidisciplinary approaches to research, and welcome innovative proposals from other researchers and groups.
The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University
The Academy is the oldest natural history museum in the New World. For over 200 years, the Academy has explored the remarkable diversity of our natural world, sharing these discoveries with the public through extraordinary collections, innovative exhibits, educational programming, and publications.
The Academy is the official repository for all fossil, geological, and biological specimens collected by the BBPI.
Yellowstone-bighorn research association
YBRA is a field and research association in Montana dedicated to experiencing, learning, and leaving a legacy in geology education. YBRA has been one of the country's premiere field camps for over 80 years, and serves as base camp and home to the BBPI's field activities. It has transformed the lives of over 7,000 students throughout its existence, including the BBPI's staff and field expedition participants.
The Wyoming DInosaur Center
The Wyoming Dinosaur Center has been an important scientific partner with the BBPI.
At its core, Experiment is a crowdfunding platform for science. At its heart, it is an innovative company founded and run by exciting young scientists, for the benefit of science. The BBPI is very proud to work with them and to host them in the field each summer!
Check out the many ways Experiment has helped fund paleontology, including our 2015 campaign!
Become a BBPI Partner in Science
If you share our vision of collaborative, multi-disciplinary approaches to science, contact us today to discuss ways we can work together to advance our science.