The Invisible Colleges of Conscientiology are formed by groups of researchers with interest in debate and development of studies in various conscientiological subfields.
They represent an informal, non-institutionalised organisation, multidimensional scientific community, with consciential links to the research theme and assiduous meetings among its members, which can happen online or in person. The term "Invisible College" was proposed by Robert Boyle and it defines a group of researchers that work together but are not physically close, this group may contain members from different nationalities. Currently, there are more than 30 active Invisible Colleges of Conscientiology studying different Conscientiological subfields.