We're always looking for sighted volunteers and visually impaired users who want to help test and improve our services.
I want to try IRIS
We'd love your guidance to help us build IRIS to be the best experience it can be
What we do
Our aim is to bring easy access of visual STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) data to blind and visually impaired Students. We believe that scientific data of all forms should be accessible to anyone.
Grapheel’s projects are born of the desire to help open the doors of STEM to everyone, and as such we are keen to welcome new ideas and volunteers from around the world.
Why we do it
Founded by a small team of scientists from the University of Sussex and headed up by a blind theoretical physicist, Grapheel knows the challenges faced by STEM students, let alone those who don’t have access to all available resources.
Our founder, Daniel Hajas, wants to harness his unique perspective and enable students like him to pursue their passion for STEM and open doors to future opportunities.
We are developing a web app, available across all online platforms, making use of a network of researchers, programmers and other scientifically minded people who are passionate about making sure nobody gets left in the dark.Read more