Bayer Corporation is committed to creating an
awareness of the importance of science literacy among parents and enhancing the curiosity, creativity and critical thinking skills of children. 'Making Science Make Sense' is a Bayer initiative supporting hands-on inquiry based science education and a nationwide campaign promoting science literacy.

Bayer expanded its outreach to include a partnership with the Dorothy Jemison Foundation for Excellence and The Earth We Share? International Science Camp. In
2003, the TEWS: Bayer Making Science Make Sense Scholar Search was launched. Students in grades 7-11 who live in select Bayer communities (Kansas City, Mo.; Morristown, N.J.; Myerstown, Pa.; and Pittsburgh, Pa.) are eligible to apply for a Bayer MSMS Scholarship to attend TEWS.

To learn more, visit Bayer's Making Science Make Sense Web site:

Bayer Corporation is a research-based company with major businesses in health care, nutrition and innovative materials.