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Who we are
Research Outreach are a communication agency specialising in research. 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…
Science Europe: Building an open network for researchers in Europe with global perspectives
Mapping ars gene clusters in arsenic-resistant bacteria
Boat trip: A significant panorama of Tang Dynasty river basins
Leading with integrity: How principals influence teacher effectiveness without derailing morale
Sloppy science, shortcuts, and COVID-19
Inclusivity, diversity, and gender equality in cybersecurity
Harm reduction in substance use treatment
Metamaterials and the new rules of refraction
The success of simple metaphors in communicating brain science
Loneliness and social isolation: How can we protect our mental health and cognitive functions?
Regulating RNA interference by modifying RNA backbone with amides
Stock market valuation: Don’t hate the player, hate the game!
Our Outreach Network
1.4 MillionImpressions per publication
116kTotal engagements per publication
53kAverage 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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