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How important is Science brought to life?

The need for impactful and clear communication has never been greater, which is why we put Science brought to life at the heart of everything we think, feel and do.

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Articles View all

San Francisco seeking to be the world’s top biotech cluster

Cambridge in the greater Boston area calls itself the most innovative square mile on the planet but San Francisco’s Bay Area is snapping at it heels

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1 June 2022

What next for mRNA?

On the back of mRNA’s high-profile use in combatting COVID-19, the biotech industry is accelerating the use of the technology to address long-standing challenges

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9 May 2022

Where is the most innovative square mile on the planet?

How did Kendall Square in Cambridge, Massachusetts, become the centre of the world’s largest biotech hub?

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21 March 2022

The history and role of randomized controlled trials in medicine

Drawing on his experience of being part of a Covid vaccine trial, Senior Medical Writer Guy Karger, explains why RCTs have become the ‘gold standard’ for vaccine and drug development, but also their limitations, especially when applied to rare diseases.

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15 February 2022

Why US biotechs increasingly choose Switzerland for their European HQ

Why a combination of talent, tax, environment and infrastructure makes Switzerland a particularly attractive option for US biotechs.

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28 January 2022
Videos View all

What makes the ideal candidate?

Our chief scientific officer, Stephanie Westwood, summarises the attributes required to be able to bring science to life.

The art of being a medical copywriter

Our principal copywriter, Andy Baker, describes how medical copywriting is more of an art than a science.

The beauty of simplicity

Our deputy creative director, Ines Mastrolia, describes how the creative challenge of bringing science to life starts with a beautifully simple idea.

Engaging through storytelling

Our senior medical writer, Juan Girones Fraile, explains the importance of storytelling when writing medical copy that brings science to life.

Making ideas sticky

Our strategy director, Storm Beadle, explains why making ideas ‘sticky’ is an important technique when bringing medical science to life.

Digests View all
Bringing science to life through commentaries on cutting-edge science, its context and implications.
A breakthrough in metastatic triple-negative breast cancer
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14 April 2022
A new dawn in cystic fibrosis care
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3 February 2022
A potential disease-modifying therapy in polycystic kidney disease
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26 November 2021
Revolutionising cancer therapy with CAR T cells
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15 September 2021
News View all
The latest news from the Cognite team.

New Senior Medical Writer

Hard working, highly motivated professional

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New Account Executive

A passionate scientist with a love of learning

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New Senior Scientific Lead

Making complex science meaningful

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New CFO

James Todman brings over 20 years of experience of bringing smooth financial operations and sound financial management

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Spotlights View all

World Sepsis Day

To mark World Sepsis Day and Sepsis Awareness Month in the UK we have created this infographic to highlight common symptoms and treatment options.

It is estimated that 11 million people worldwide and 52,000 in the UK die from sepsis each year – more than are killed by cancer. However, despite these figures public awareness of sepsis remains low.

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13 September 2022

Schizophrenia Awareness

We created this infographic to mark Schizophrenia Awareness Day. This annual event highlights the everyday challenges faced by millions of people worldwide living with a diagnosis of schizophrenia and aims to tackle the stigma and discrimination surrounding this much-misunderstood illness.

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22 July 2022

World MS Day

To mark World MS Day 2022 we have created this infographic to highlight the scale of the disease and the therapies used to reduce its severity and slow down its progression.

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30 May 2022

Stroke Awareness

Stroke is a leading cause of adult disability and its treatment represents one of the largest costs for healthcare systems around the world. We created this infographic to mark Stroke Awareness Month, which is focused on encouraging greater investment in research in prevention and treatment.

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16 May 2022

Hyperoxaluria Awareness

This infographic has been created to mark Hyperoxaluria Week 2021.

Hyperoxaluria is a rare disease that is marked by excess oxalate in the kidneys – leading to serious health problems, including end-stage kidney disease. Raising awareness of this rare disease is key to improving outcomes.

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11 November 2021