b'2017-2018 YEAR BOOKCarnegie FriendsPhilanthropy has been the heart of Carnegie Science45since Andrew Carnegie made his first gift of $10 million, which established the institution in 1902. Many generous individuals and foundations have since demonstrated a commitment to scientific pursuits that create new frontiers, expand human understanding, and launch the next generation of discoveries. We celebrate your investment in Carnegie Science, which helps our investigators ability to explore beyond the boundaries of space, Earth, and life sciences. Youve empowered Carnegie scientists with the ability to take risks and chart newoften, previously unimaginedresearch paths. Together, we are exploring new vistas of knowledge, and we are proud and thankful that you are our partner in this scientific enterprise. This year your generosity helped support postdoctoral fellowships, develop astronomical instrumentation, advance the Carnegie Venture Grant program, broaden coral research, and much more.The following listings include those who have generously supported Carnegie Science, including individuals and those who have given from private foundations and donor-advised funds.Fluorescent tags track molecular processes in this image from the Bortvin labat the Department of Embryology. Image courtesy Bortvin Laboratory'