Shining a light on the dark issues in science

This week Kings College London did the unthinkable, something with the potential to stir emotions and set tempers rising….they allowed a tabloid journalist access to the University’s animal testing laboratory. The move, albeit risky, marks a huge step forward for science communication around animal research. It’s a topic that has been shrouded by mystery for […]

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Media monitoring – creating a valuable asset

As a member of Stempra, the science communication association, I was asked to take part in a panel session at their recent Stempra-BIS press officer training day. The topic of debate was media monitoring and I was invited to share my views on measuring success in the new world. I work across many of the […]

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The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics becomes challenging environment for brands

The Sochi Winter Olympics stand out as the most controversial games in recent years. The build-up has been overshadowed by protest against Russia’s crackdown on LGBT rights, fear of terrorism and a record busting $51 billion budget. As if that was not enough, on arrival in Sochi the athletes and the world’s media were reportedly […]

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