Founded in 1968 by kinetic artist and pioneering aeronautical engineer Frank Malina, Leonardo has fostered transformation at the nexus of art, science, and technology for over 50 years, exploring transdisciplinary collaboration across 135 countries and 5 continents worldwide. With a vision to activate creativity, push the boundaries of today and unleash the possibilities of tomorrow, Leonardo endeavours to empower an inclusive global network of hybrid creativity, where all belong in pursuit of a more vibrant, just and regenerative world. Leonardo’s flagship publication, Leonardo, is the world’s leading academic journal on art, science, technology scholarship. Leonardo has published over 10,000 contributors and anchors a robust publishing partnership with MIT Press. The Leonardo Book Series features books by diverse intellectual communities that present innovative discourse on the convergence of art, science and technology; envisioned as a creative catalyst for scholarly experimentation & research. Leonardo’s program activities encompass international salon series, events, exhibits, exchanges, residencies and fellowships, artist commissions, research and scholarship. Signature partnerships include Arizona State University, MIT Press, Tsinghua University, Cyland Media Art Lab, and ZERO1.