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.
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Type
Private
HQ
Chicago, US
Founded
2013
Size (employees)
14 (est)-12%
Curiosity was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Chicago, US
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Curiosity Office Locations

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

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Founding Date

2013

Total Funding

$6 m

Latest funding size

$6 m

Time since last funding

3 years ago

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 News and Updates

Space Photos of the Week: The Curiosity Rover Snaps a Selfie on Mars

The Mars rover is driving along the Vera Rubin ridge, a slope rich in clay minerals that require water to form.

NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover just sent back a stunning new selfie from the red planet

NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover recently sent back a series of photos showing the view of planet's Gale Crater from Vera Rubin Ridge. The rover also sent back a selfie with Mount Sharp in the background. In the past five and a half years, the rover has gone about 1,100 feet up and covered approximatel…

VC-backed Curiosity.com appoints Weinstein as CEO

Chicago-based media company Curiosity.com has named Lisa Weinstein as CEO. Previously, Weinstein was the CEO of Engine Media. Curiosity.com's backers include Pritzker Group Venture Capital.

10 Einstein Quotes to Fire Up Your Creativity

Einstein's wisdom is more relevant to ambitious entrepreneurs than ever before

NASA: Reframing Risk With Curiosity

Risk is more than a four-letter word in government. There’s often wariness about taking on too much risk, which is understandable, because agencies are playing with hard-earned taxpayer dollars. And it’s not like IT leaders can just ask for a few more millions because of an errant project. Asking fo…

SurveyMonkey’s Future Is Focused On One Word: Curiosity

The company has bounced back from tragedy. Now it’s trying to capture the imagination of people who think they don’t care about surveys. On May 1, 2015, veteran Silicon Valley executive Dave Goldberg died of cardiac arrhythmia while exercising during a vacation in Mexico. The news made headlines, …
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