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We promote research articles in digital media to increase their impact

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Communicate your research results globally.

The pace of scientific publishing has accelerated more than ever. And citation metrics such as h-indexes matter. Without proper communication, hard-earned results could drown in a rising sea of information.

Press release

We will create and send press releases about your research to the most relevant contacts from our 10 000+ database of journalists and science journalists from some of the world’s top media.

Google News

We guarantee that press release about your research will be published on Google News-indexed media. We also cooperate with top science websites like phys.org and sciencex.com.

Wikipedia

We will implement your research results into relevant articles on  Wikipedia. Wikipedia attracts 1.5 billion unique visitors per month and is used by students, scientists and journalists. And also this MIT study has proven that scientific articles on Wikipedia eventually receive more academic citations.

Reddit

We will post the key results of your research to the most relevant Reddit communities. In September 2019 alone, the r/science community “averaged 5.6 million unique users and 29 million page views” – which happens to be a larger circulation than all the top-ten US newspapers’ weekday circulation.

Twitter

We will tweet and retweet about your research. It is a well-documented fact that tweets increase the impact of the given research.

Facebook

We will display your research to a relevant audience of scientists in the USA and EU. Facebook is also one of the most popular sites among scientists.

We are data driven

You will receive a detailed evaluation of the campaign, including statistics of journalists that opened and read your press release, views of the relevant Wikipedia articles, and its Facebook, Reddit and Twitter reach. For reference, please see the case study below.

Harvard University: Case study

We use Altmetrics to provide insight into our data

What do our clients say?

We help institutions as well as individuals

 

Science communication

The name of our agency is derived from the concept of science communication. This term is increasingly used. However, it can denote both a theoretical concept and a synonym for the popularization of science by communicating scientific results. In this last sense, we also understand it in our work. Therefore, the Sciencecom Agency provides comprehensive communication services and tools for academic institutions to disseminate their scientific results. We believe that the dissemination of scientific knowledge contributes to the development of a scholarly society and thus helps find a better environment for life.

Maybe you are interested in more complex communication solutions for your scientific research or institution?

Contact Eduard or Tomas directly.

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Eduard Petiska, PhD

Managing partner

Eduard is a researcher at Charles University in Prague. His research is focused on digital media and the communication of science. He has many years of experience helping researchers and scientific institutions in their communications in an online environment. Eduard is a science enthusiast and believes dissemination of scientific results makes the world better.

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PhDr. Tomas Gavlas

Managing partner

Tomas has over 15 years of experience in online communication. He delivered over 200 projects to clients like Samsung, Microsoft, HP and Phillips. He recently let go of his specialized YouTube agency and now is excited to use his skills in helping scientists spread results of their research globally. Tomas graduated from Charles University in Prague.

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We promote research articles in digital media to increase their impact.

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Sciencecom Agency s.r.o.

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