Curiosity

The web is full of amazing content that has the potential to both ignite and satisfy our curiosity, but the content is fragmented across countless sites and varies greatly in terms of purpose, quality and consistency. Curiosity.com aims to aggregate and organize the best content from across the web that was specifically developed to exchange knowledge. We're collecting all forms of content, including long-form, short-form, academic, amazing talks, screencasts, how-tos, professionally produced, paid, free, etc. We're building a dedicated learning platform that will make it easier to find, filter and engage with all forms of content that has the potential to inspire and educate. Whether you're looking to develop new skills, brush up on areas of interest, or simply looking for an online experience that can feed your wonder-hunger, Curiosity.com was built for you. We hope to play matchmaker between knowledge-owners who have shared their expertise and wisdom across the web with knowledge-seekers looking to expand their understanding of the world around them. We believe learning is a life-long journey and we hope curiosity.com can help guide your path. Never stop learning.
Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
Chicago, US
Founded
2013
Size (employees)
26 (est)
Curiosity was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Chicago, US

Curiosity Office Locations

Curiosity has an office in Chicago
Chicago, US (HQ)
201 4525 N Ravenswood Ave

Curiosity Data and Metrics

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Founding Date

2013

Total Funding

$6 m

Latest funding size

$6 m

Time since last funding

almost 3 years

Investors

Curiosity's latest funding round in November 2014 was reported to be $6 m. In total, Curiosity has raised $6 m

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Curiosity Online and Social Media Presence

Curiosity News and Updates

World's first VR brain surgery film will satisfy your scientific curiosity

Warning: Some viewers may find the above video graphic.  Ever wanted to hang out in the operating theatre to see a brain surgery with your own eyes?  Then this immersive video is for you. The neurosurgical team at The Royal London Hospital have published the first 360 VR film showing a patie…

Why relentless curiosity is a must for CEOs

There is no question we are in a period of profound change. Very soon, seven billion people will be seamlessly connected to each other and all of humanity’s accumulated knowledge. We’ll be permanently and invisibly connected to an internet that is an ever-present fabric in our lives, surrounded by a…

NASA's Curiosity rover has a pet rock on Mars

Mars is probably a pretty lonely place.  The red planet is littered with rusty red rocks and, as far as we know, devoid of any kind of life. But even so, rovers still roam the surface of the world on humanity's behalf, making their solitary treks along previously unexplored paths.  And sometimes…

NASA photo captures the loneliness of the Mars Curiosity rover

If you squint very hard and move your face towards your computer screen, you'll see something truly remarkable. You might not know it, but the blue-ish, purple-ish dot in the center of the above photograph is so much more than just a dot — it's NASA's Curiosity rover as seen from the agency's Ma…

Natural curiosity: how we have always wanted to talk to the animals

From wild cats to catalogues to a fake apeman, a new show at the Wellcome Collection explores our attempts to explain the natural worldIf you have any interest in animals that aren’t humans, it is easy to find yourself sympathising with Rex Harrison as he struggles to communicate with a pushmi-pully…

My year with Trump: covering a curiosity that became a dark phenomenon

The Republican’s long road to election day took in insults, adulation, violence and outlandish claims as the press pack was progressively corralled and vilifiedIn the beginning, Donald Trump simply wouldn’t allow the press to eat cold meats from the buffet.Trump was holding a house party in suburban…
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