Corporate PartnershipsCreating opportunity for all scientists through innovative solutions
Generating Impact Together
Corporate partnerships connect the life science worlds of biotech, pharmaceuticals, and manufacturers to scientists in developing countries.
What is the focus of your company's nonprofit strategy? We can help you meet your goals and make a measurable impact on DEI and ESG.
Seeding Labs exists at the intersection of these corporate priorities, offering the only scaled pipeline for surplus scientific instruments to find a second home with scientists in developing countries.
Across our strategic programs and initiatives, we offer practical and customizable solutions to your needs in:
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Corporate Partnership in Action
This report details how the 20 leading pharmaceutical companies make medicines, vaccines, and diagnostics more accessible for people in low- and middle-income countries.
Sponsoring TeleScience allows you to reach a diverse global audience. With a sponsorship, you accelerate knowledge sharing worldwide while investing in global STEM inclusion.
TeleScience also provides a meaningful skills-based volunteer opportunity for employees anywhere in the world. All it takes is a recording device (even your phone!); we'll walk you through the rest.
Trade-in, trade-up programs, like our partnership with Thermo Fisher Scientific, offer a special opportunity to give back to global science while delighting your customers.
When a user trades up for new equipment, Thermo Fisher Scientific donates the legacy instrument to an Instrumental Access scientist worldwide. These programs provide talented scientists in developing countries with the vital resources they need to teach, innovate, and discover.
By donating your surplus equipment to our flagship program, Instrumental Access, you can be sure that it will be placed into the hands of scientists who need it most—brilliant scientists in developing countries worldwide.
If you have equipment that can be used in a university lab, we know a scientist that needs it! And you can be sure we'll follow up to share the impact you're making on global science.