The POLARBEAR experiment is made possible through the support of the institutions below. We give them our greatest gratitude for their dedication pursuant toward furthering our understanding of the cosmos.
The NSF is a federal agency created "to promote the progress of science, advance the national health, prosperity and welfare; [and] to secure the national defense"
The James B Ax Family Foundation is a private non-profit which focuses on private grantmaking programs.
The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, or MEXT is a ministry of the Japanese government which supports various programs which facilitate research exchanges and joint research with nations abroad.
The Simons Foundation’s mission is to advance the frontiers of research in mathematics and the basic sciences. They sponsor a range of programs that aim to promote a deeper understanding of our world.
The office of high energy physics sets out to understand how our universe works at its most fundamental level. HEP supports theoretical and experimental research in both elementary particle physics and fundamental accelerator science and technology.
The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada is a Canadian government agency that promotes discovery by funding research.
The STFC is one of the UK’s seven publicly funded Research Councils responsible for supporting, co-ordinating and promoting research, innovation and skills development in seven distinct fields.
Chile's National Comission for Scientific and Technological Research was established in 1967 as an advisory body to the President of the Republic of Chile on scientific matters. Today, the body focuses on promoting, developing and disseminating scientific and technological research.