Become a card-carrying super-supporter of scientific discovery.
Like the submarine in 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, which shares our name, we’ve embarked on a voyage to explore the marvels of the world, viewed through the portholes of science. Our VIP members help our vessel chart its course.
Science storytelling demands a scrupulousness that takes hours in the field, in the lab, and in conversations with subject matter experts. No corners are cut. That effort is what gives Nautilus its reputation for unwaveringly trustworthy science storytelling.
Scientific literacy has never been more important. A non-profit extension of Nautilus, NautilusThink promotes science, education, and the literary arts to expand public knowledge and understanding of fundamental questions of scientific inquiry and their connection to human culture. Through the creation of print, electronic, and visual media of the highest quality and depth, including Nautilus magazine, NautilusThink seeks to connect science to our everyday lives and explore the frontiers of scientific, mathematical, and philosophical inquiry and the human spirit.
How You’ll Feel
Energized because you’ll be supporting scientific discovery, the arts, and literary freedom for yourself and others.
Plugged-in because you’ll get free VIP access to exclusive Nautilus events, attended by leading scientific minds, academics, policy makers, and the Nautilus crew itself.
Empowered because you’ll have a direct line to Nautilus via our concierge service, and your name prominently displayed on our VIP Members’ Circle pages (in print and digital) alongside other leading minds within our community.
Joining our VIP Members’ Circle is like stepping into a modern-day enlightenment salon, full of others who think like you do.
In 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Captain Nemo tells Professor Pierre Arronax, the natural scientist who has joined him on Nautilus, that “you don’t know everything because you haven’t seen everything. Let me tell you, professor, you won’t regret the time you spend aboard my vessel. You’re going to voyage through a land of wonders.” We couldn’t say it better.