Telluride Science is highly valued in the scientific community for intimate workshops known to stimulate the generation of new ideas and dynamic collaborations. Scientists prize their time in Telluride, inspired by the natural beauty, local charm, and relaxed environment. They return to their home institutions re-energized with new insights to apply to their work. This makes Telluride Science and Innovation Center a force multiplier for scientific advancements with significant impact on medicine, energy, materials, nanotechnology, and our planet.
We accelerate research productivity in science and technology across 500 international and domestic institutions annually.
Telluride Science closed on the purchase of the historic Telluride Depot on October 16, 2020. Because of the extraordinary support from our donors, the historic and iconic Depot will not only be our new permanent home, it will also continue to be a robust community resource available to the public.
Educational outreach with the Telluride and regional communities is an important component of our mission. The Telluride Science workshops and Town Talks are inherently educational and the graduate-level summer schools are specific programs within our organization’s core offering.
From cures for disease to new solutions for clean energy and climate change, we have a positive impact well beyond the walls of this box canyon.