Our Mission

Dedicated to global education and lifelong learning, Moosmosis is an international youth organization that promotes lifelong learning in the arts and sciences and aspires to close the gap of educational disparities through teaching, tutoring, and mentoring students. By creating and publishing original open-access lessons and unique e-learning games in both the humanities and sciences, Moosmosis provides diverse learning tools. Our national volunteer team also teaches and mentors children from under-served areas, and advocates and fundraises for health and education equality globally. From Harry Potter-themed science lessons to comprehensive literature essays to interactive learning games on social justice, we aspire to make learning fun and engaging.

Moosmosis: Explore with us!

Our youth efforts for lifelong learning and social justice in education have been awarded with a global Shortlist Award in the Student-Led Innovation Category from the 2017 Reimagine Education Competition, held by Wharton University of Pennsylvania and UPenn Graduate School of Education.

Created by students, for students and lifelong learners, Moosmosis is built from the ground up by students themselves around the world. We hope to inspire the joys of lifelong learning in all learners, no matter what age, gender, nationality, ethnicity, etc! Open and dedicated to help learners globally, we cover subjects from biology, literature, creative writingphysics, computer programming, psychology, and much more.

Moosmosis: Educational Games, Animations, and Simulations

From fun Harry Potter-themed science lessons to interactive e-learning games, our youth team at Moosmosis designs and develops unique and original education content!



Behind the Scenes

Today, our innovative not-for-profit organization Moosmosis has reached over 1.3 million unique learners from 180 countries since its launch. Featuring quality learning content and games, and teaching over 2,800 student members and lifelong learners from around the world, we are excited to grow, discover, and learn together. Join our free subscription mailing list to embark on a journey of lifelong learning together!

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    • I’d love to collaborate with you on writing some neuroscience articles! I was a neuroscience major in college and spent a year teaching it to high school students, so I’d love to get back in science education.

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      • Sounds fantastic, Neuravinci! We’d love to collaborate with you on neuroscience lessons. Please feel free to send us an email at moosmosisteam@gmail.com so we can get started, or you may directly submit an neuroscience education article to our “Submission Form” in the “Join Us” page. Thank you for your passion for science education and interest in our mission! We look forward to working together with you.

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      • Hello, I work in a similar realm researching if rTMS (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) can improve memory and thinking with adults diagnoses with Mild Cognitive Impairment. Would articles about this topic fall within the range of what Moosmosis would be interested in collaborating on?

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      • Hi Tesoj, Thanks for your comment! Yes, your research on memory and rTMS sounds fascinating and we’d love to have you join the team to write articles on this topic. Please send us an email to moosmosisteam@gmail.com to get started. Thanks. Looking forward to hearing from you soon.

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    • Thanks so much for your kind words, Rachel! It’s always wonderful to hear from a fellow scientist (materials science – wow!) and writer! I’m also curious about your Ohanzee Series; I’ll be sure to check them out. 🙂

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    • Hi Kate, Thanks for your warm comment! And, speaking of Stephen Jay Gould – We enjoy your collection of science news, fiction, and poetry as well , certainly “a creative human activity” and “a human intellectual tradition,” as he would say. Looking forward to more of your inspiring work. 🙂

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  1. Good morning!

    Thanks for following us back. We appreciate it. Although we’re not strictly science, we endeavor to provide the best science content possible. Our Editor-in-chief is a trained mathematical scientist, so engaging mainstream readers in science is extremely important to us for a plethora of reasons. For example, we’ve written about the great void of science journalism in the classical newspapers in the 25 largest cities here in the United States. And we just recently brought on a biochemist to guest blog for us.

    Harness the Carl Sagan inside!

    Thanks again and have a great Sunday from your bipedal family over at TSS!

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    • Hi TSS! It’s always wonderful to hear from fellow bipedal science enthusiasts. 😉 I’m enjoying your team’s popular science content, and I look forward to your future content. Have a happy Sunday!

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    • Hi BirdNation! Thanks for visiting my site as well! I find your blog on ornithology very fascinating; best wishes and hoorays for your pursuit of biology! Keep in touch 🙂


    • Hi Vidhi. Thanks for checking out our website; we’re glad you liked it. We also enjoyed exploring your site – it looks really nice. 🙂 We’re open to collaboration, and you may hop on board anytime. Just curious, how did you find our website? Was it through WordPress reader or perhaps another search engine or site? Thanks! Happy holidays, Moosmosis


      • I had been looking through quizlet science classes. I saw a class with over a thousand members and started reading the description, in which this website had been mentioned. The class was called ‘Science Rocks!!’ .
        I still have a long way to go with my website (it is supposed to be a full study guide for IGCSE and CBSE students along with a display of creativity, but I have only yet started with CBSE).
        I am open to suggestions.
        Thanks for checking out my website too.
        Advanced merry Christmas and happy new year! 🙂

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      • Super that you found my website through Quizlet! *starry eyes* 😀 I think your website has fantastic potential, and you sound like a very dedicated and creative student! I look forward to seeing your site grow, and good luck with your CBSE and IGCSE exams. Happy Holidays to you too!


  2. Presenting the harmonious relatioship between science & art. I look forward to reading more of your content and hearing about your current research!

    With warm regards,

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    • Thanks so much for your kind words, Callyn! Sharing the beauty of the arts and sciences with passionate lifelong learners around the world is my vision for this site. 🙂 And, I’m excited to meet more passionate community members such as yourself. Thank you again for joining our journey! And, stay tune!

      Best regards,


    • And, thank you Mark for following our educational site! While many of us are only students here and just starting out on our life journeys, we are very much inspired by your bravery and preserverance through your battles with cancer! We wish you continued happiness and blessings! Did I mention that I love your awesome food recipes? 🙂 Thanks again for visiting us at Moosmosis, and we look forward to sharing and reading your blog journeys as well!


  3. Hi Moosmosis! Congratulations for your blog. I really like it. One of my best friends is a Mathematics Teacher and both enjoy sharing one to the other our different knowledge. You are doing a great thing here.

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    • Thank you so much, Srijana! That means alot to us! Your experiences in Nepal are also very meaningful and inspiring; we’ll be in for a great ride this new year hearing more about them.

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  4. Didn’t know where else to ask, so sorry if this is the wrong place…do you include music in Art? Because the crossover with tech and music really seems worth including/exploring, even if WordPress isn’t necessarily the best place for it. And I guess students might find it engaging to meet new kinds of music. Like “Retro synthwave” – how’s that a genre? I don’t know, but I love it, and it seems to land exactly in the middle of sci-fi, which you do of course include under literature.

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    • Hi Jack, Thanks for your message! We’re so glad to hear from you. Yes, I definitely agree with you – music is an Art! We are excited to continue expansion of our Arts section. Right now, our students’ collection involves Literature (sci/fi, Victorian literature, etc) and creative writing(poetry/fiction), and we’re looking forward to have students explore and engage in other Humanities as well, including music, narratives and art of storytelling, psychology and sociology, etc. The crossover with technology and music is fascinating, and “Retro synthwave” sounds very cool! In fact, some of our students in our educational game design side are making their own original music to accompany our e-games. Have you created music in retro synthwave? It’d be exciting if you would like to share with us your passion for music, perhaps even poetry in our Creative Writing section, or any creations with our community, too! By the way, your poetry is beautiful! 😀

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      • Thanks! And sorry it’s taken me so long to reply. Not a creator, just a fan. Happy to send in poetry though I’m not technically a student anymore… maybe lifelong learner though 🙂

        Wish you folks all the best regardless!

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      • Thanks, Jack! I’d like to say that we’re all lifelong learners. 😉 If you’d like to send in poetry, we will be more than ecstatic! If not, that’s okay too! Thank you for visiting our site. We appreciate it. Wish you the best with your endeavors and great creative writing too!


    • Our pleasure, Lilaia. 🙂 You have a wonderful set of poetic stories and philosophical writings. Thanks for also visiting our open-access global youth education site, too!

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    • Pleased to meet you as well, GP Cox. Thank you for your wonderful Pacific War era website! Great salute to you for also honoring veterans and those resting in peace. Thanks again for visiting Moosmosis!

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  5. Thanks for following the blog. You have an intriguing site here. I’ll bookmark to explore it more. By the way, my sons and I enjoyed the featured scratch animation on the breakfasts around the world. Please convey my appreciation to the source.

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    • Thanks so much, DandelionSmith! We’re so thrilled that you and your sons enjoyed the Scratch animation! The Breakfasts Around the World was created by our wonderful team member, Freddie, and he’s 14! We will send your kind regards to him. Thank you again for visiting and the bookmark! 🙂


  6. Wonderful content! Thank you for the amazing posts! They’re very helpful and informative, I’ve learned a lot from them and have just donated to your website again. Shared this with my friends, and wanted to let you know that they love your site. A warm cup of coffee toasted to you!

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