Who are we?
Sci-Comm Consulting is a communications and design agency for the science and research community.
With expertise in print, audio, animation and web, we work on projects that deliver social impact and are aimed at a wide range of stakeholders, from funders to educators, students and the general public.
Contact us to find out how we can help you communicate your work in an engaging and impactful way.
We created a suite of primary and secondary resources for an international consortium of academics and experts in air pollution. The animations, handouts and PowerPoints explain what bioaerosols are and how they affect our health.
We worked with the NSF-funded STEM Ambassadors Program to produce a marketing brochure aimed at encouraging academics to become STEM Ambassadors.
We produced three flyers for an NSF-funded project led by Wayne State University, the aim of which are to recruit participants to focus groups.
The MicroBoost team sought our help for a logo that encapsulated the theme of their project. The project aims to address the transportation-related employment needs of individuals with disabilities living in metro Detroit, USA.
We created a digital and tri-fold print brochure for a team at University of California, San Francisco. PROPEL’s mission is to support students from historically underrepresented backgrounds with research experience and career mentorship.
Improving Practice Together
We designed and wrote a marketing brochure for Improving Practice Together (IPT), a research-practice partnership between UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science, Stanford University's Graduate School of Education, and Santa Clara Unified School District in the US. The aim of IPT is to help teachers introduce argumentation into their elementary school science classes.
We enhanced graphics and visuals for a compendium published by the Indoor/Outdoor Interface and Relationships network (BioAirNet), one of six networks funded by the UKRI.
Think Like A Scientist
We designed two flyers for a STEM education project supported by the University of Colorado School of Medicine. The aim is to inspire elementary school students from underrepresented backgrounds to become scientists.
We collaborated with a team at the University of Surrey and Open University to explore authoring and playback systems for augmented learning materials.
We are on the advisory board for 3C4Life, an EU-funded project led by the International Centre for STEM Education which aims to tackle teacher shortages in STEM subjects.
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