If a researcher makes a discovery and no one hears about it, can it have an impact? Impact Science was conceived to provide author-centric bespoke communication services to enhance research impact throughout and beyond the project life cycle.
Our science communication experts have a strong understanding of digital communication and can help publishers, journals, and societies market scientific content to both niche and lay audiences in engaging formats. We offer professional support and augment the impact of research output across audiences by cutting across disciplines and stakeholders.
We want to democratize ideas by empowering every researcher to connect with global audiences for real-world impact.
We strive to support authors through impact management, dissemination, and engagement, and offer additional support with case study writing and evaluation. Our offerings are customized for different stakeholders.
Institutional research promotion
We help universities communicate their research reputation to students, faculty, allied academics, funders, industry, policy makers, and the public. Some of our key services include research impact communication, social media outreach, research commercialization, and internationalization of university newsrooms and microsites.
Supporting Research Impact for REF2021
We provide comprehensive support to help universities prepare for REF 2021. This includes dissemination and engagement services to maximize research impact, evaluation services to provide the all-important evidence of research, and impact writing to create strong case studies.
We help leading publishers, journals, and societies across the world meet their dissemination, advocacy, and communication goals through services like article promotion, journal promotion, publisher marketing, and society marketing. We help them share the latest information about their work, extend their reach, follow the latest research from other journals, and attract new researchers.
In a world where researchers are facing an information overload (over 3 million academic papers produced annually, as per the 2018 STM report), we help researchers cut through the clutter and make an impact through communication. We offer services in research dissemination to the professional community, in research communication to media, and in targeted communication to funders.
We have been looking for ways to enhance our authors’ experience of publishing with Chemical Science, and working with Impact Science helped us deliver an exciting additional dimension. They provided very professional service, offering specific expertise in chemistry, as well as creative ideas to produce videos and infographics to enhance our articles. They delivered their services on time, so we did not have to sacrifice time allocated to publication. The infographics and videos have been eye-catching, have delighted our authors, and have been appreciated by our readers.
Chemical Science Royal Society of Chemistry
Impact Science helped us develop creative content to explain the research we publish in our journals and online databases. Animation videos and infographics enable us to quickly capture the essence of the publication and share this with the scholarly community through our campaigns. Our editors and authors, who have worked with us and Editage on these projects, are very enthusiastic. They applauded the service from the team at Impact Science and the quality and creativity of the videos they created for us. We are very pleased with the service!
Global Marketing Director,
To enable readers to more quickly and easily understand complicated figures in scientific articles, Cell Press wanted to help authors create video descriptions of a figure, called Figure360 videos. Lacking in-house video expertise, Cell Press partnered with Impact Science to develop a streamlined workflow for editors and authors in order to deliver custom Figure360 videos. The quality of both the videos and the customer service that Impact Science supplied, being sensitive to tight product turnaround times, exceeded our expectations significantly.
Executive Publisher, Reviews and Society,