Your research deserves to be seen!

As a researcher, you devote a lot of time to perfecting your research and analysing your results. You have a contribution to make to your field, science, and society. But being accepted by a prestigious journal is only half the battle. Your research can make a difference in the world, and it’s up to you to reach more people!

Why would you want your voice to be locked up in an online archive when it could be having an impact on the world?

Publishing is just the first step.

You likely write journal papers and present at conferences. You may even have a twitter account. You already communicate your research.

But how can you create more impact?

What could you achieve if your research had more visibility?

Let’s work together so you can reach more people and share your research with the world.

The Formula for Effective SciComm

Communicating is not an exact science. There are many ways to communicate. But all effective communication follows a simple formula.

Louise Elali

Hi! I’m Louise.

I work with researchers, scientists, science communicators and anyone who is looking to communicate complex ideas to a non-specialist audience in an accessible way.

I’m an experienced communications expert who specialises in translating complex concepts to broader audiences. I have worked with a number of companies, but I’m an academic (currently doing my PhD!) and spreading knowledge is my passion.

You bring the science. I’ll bring the communications skills. It’s the perfect SciComm combo!

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