ⓘ Category:United States science-related lists

Federally funded research and development centers

Federally funded research and development centers are public-private partnerships which conduct research for the United States Government. They are administered in accordance with U.S. Code of Federal Regulations, Title 48, Part 35, Section 35.017 by universities and corporations. There are currently 42 recognized FFRDCs that are sponsored by the U.S. government. FFRDCs are similar to the University Affiliated Research Centers run by the United States Department of Defense.

List of science centers in the United States

This is a List of science centers in the United States. AAM and ASTC member centers are granted institutional benefits and may offer benefits to individuals through purchased or granted individual memberships as well. ASTC offers a "passport" that allows for free general entry at all other participating ASTC member centers outside of a 90-mile radius of home. AAM offers a similar program that offers benefits to individuals. AAM accredited museums have obtained a seal of approval from the AAM Accreditation Program that ensures a museums "commitment to excellence, accountability, high profes ...