And that's just the beginning. There are more.
But what about the cause to recognize (and reward) popular culture for promoting literacy and awareness of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)? The Sloan Foundation has a low-profile program. And the American Film Institute is working with the Air Force and the Army Research Office to train scientists to be screenwriters, as reported here.
And that's as much as I can find.
Isn't it time for some organization to step it up and do something higher profile? Shouldn't the community take the EMA's lead and work with shows to promote minor story lines and act as a consulting resource for larger stories? "Numb3rs" works with Caltech experts to make sure that the mathematics is correct, but only because the producers really wanted to go the extra yard. All on their own. And only because they identified accuracy as one of their main objectives.
Maybe the organization should initially take advantage of the two main human motivators: fear and greed. Confer high-profile dishonors to shows that present STEM inaccuracies. Reward producers with a high-profile award, as well as a cash prize, for accurately portraying STEM.