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Who we are
Research Outreach are a not-for-profit Public Outreach agency. We work with research teams to craft a message for the world. Using Creative Commons licensing means we can give back to the community.
What we do
We distil complex research into professional and easily understood text, imagery and video. We share this content around the world with no payment required to access, download or share.
How we do it
Our content is funded by the research institutes and projects we serve, like many other agencies. Our work is verifiable and carries meaningful Public Outreach impact, whilst leaving the community with valuable content to share freely. It begins with us, but ends with you…
Integer-dimensional fractals of nonlinear dynamics
Drosophila Fezf found to be essential in neural circuit formation
Advances in CNS drug development
ADHD and its comorbidities: Implications for management
Are wildfires following bark beetles more severe?
Predicting protein function and annotating complex pathways with machine learning
Secrets of the stalk: Regulating plant temperature from the inside out
Exciting advancements in ovarian cancer treatment
Drilling for knowledge: A collaborative approach to ocean drilling in the Arctic
Fluorescent imaging sheds new light on apoptosis
Inquiry learning: Empowering African American women in STEM
Institutional investors and information acquisition: Implications for asset prices and informational efficiency
Our Outreach Network
1.4 MillionImpressions per publication
200kTotal weekly article engagement
37kAverage individual article impressions
173Countries where we share our content
Our Global Publication Distribution
We use our popular social media platforms and our knowledge of search engines to ensure our content is shared as widely as possible, giving us a truly global reach.
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