About Counterbalance Foundation
Counterbalance is a non-profit educational organization working to
promote the public understanding of science, and how the sciences
relate to wider society. It is our hope that
individuals, the academic community, and society as a whole will benefit
from a struggle toward integrated and counterbalanced responses to
We can provide a variety of services including: audio/visual, production, design, and general consulting. It is our intention to use our
considerable experience in these areas to serve as a
and help make existing multidisciplinary research work accessible to a wider audience, principally though the use
of interactive technologies.
We have worked with PBS, the AAAS, CTNS, and many others.
Counterbalance is funded by donations and the Adrian M. Wyard Charitable Trust.
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Past Project Highlights
A broad diversity of presentations and discussions on this divisive topic.
An extensive investigation by leading scientists and philosophers.
The Planets Live is multimedia project featuring animations and imagery of the Solar System performed to accompany
The Planets by Gustav Holst. A recent performance was attended by more than 5000 school children, and broadcast on PBS.
An interactive CD-ROM for the Cosmic Questions Project run by American Association for the Advancement of Science.
In addition to the above topics Counterbalance has worked with organizations such as CTNS
to develop an extensive library of content from the emerging multidisciplinary field of science and
religion. To browse this library, please use the headers above or the top-list on the right..
The God, Humanity, and the Cosmos Project
An interactive version of the textbook, edited by Christopher Southgate.
The PBS Faith & Reason Television Program
In 1998, Counterbalance helped fund the PBS Faith & Reason Television program and developed the companion web-site.
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