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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.
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.
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…
When children’s storytelling says so much more
Continuous flow strategies for accelerated materials discovery
Finding a pathway from grief to peace
Foresting Douglas-fir through targeted micropropagation
Ladders4Action: Working for an ethical, inclusive, and collaborative research landscape
A transdisciplinary approach to restoring London’s river Thames
Riding the cardiac wave: The link between incremental pulse wave velocity and cardiovascular risk factors
Post-pandemic suicide trends in Japan
Nature as an asset: Natural capital in ‘FutureCity’ Shimokawa
The Future Circular Collider: Its potential and lessons learnt from the LEP and LHC experiments
X-ray ptychography: Seeing chromosome abnormalities in a new light
Tongue-assisted robotics to the rescue for stroke survivors
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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