The World Science Festival is a yearly science celebration created by the World Science Foundation, a 50 non-benefit association headquartered in New York City. There is additionally an Asia-Pacific occasion, held in Brisbane, Australia. The establishment's main goal is to develop an overall population educated by science, roused by its ponder, persuaded of its esteem, and arranged to connect with its suggestions for what's to come.
The festival was established and made by Brian Greene, teacher of arithmetic and material science at Columbia University and writer of a few science books; and Tracy Day, a four-time National News Emmy Award-winning columnist, who has created live and narrative programming for the country's prevalent TV news divisions. Greene presently fills in as administrator of the World Science Foundation, and Day is CEO of the World Science Festival.
The festival events are established in science, yet in addition comply with the generation guidelines of expert TV and live dramatic occasions. The establishing supporters were the Simons Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and the John Templeton Foundation.