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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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The changing face of biotechnology

From cheese making to nanomedicines an incredible story with no ending in sight

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9 November 2021

The virtual doctor will see you now

What the ‘meta verse’ means for healthcare

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Bringing the science of the immune system to life

This new book shares our belief in the value of storytelling and design to bring medical science to life

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27 October 2021

How did they do it so fast?

Science at its best

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19 October 2021

Do biotechs require a different agency solution?

A question prompted by the continued emergence of a dynamic biotech sector in Europe

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13 August 2021
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 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
MicroRNA therapeutics to help us fight COVID-19
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20 July 2021
Targeting Alzheimer’s disease where it matters
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15 June 2021
News View all
The latest news from the Cognite team.

Self-starting scientific storyteller

Rob Goode joins our team as a medical writer

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Consistently meets high standards

Guy Karger joins Cognite as a Senior Medical Writer

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Multi award winner

Meet our new deputy creative director

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Invaluable scientific background

Introducing the latest member of our account team

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Spotlights View all

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

Infertility Awareness

Right now, approximately 48 million couples around the globe are struggling to become parents. Many will suffer through this heartache alone. We created this infographic to mark National Fertility Awareness Week in the UK; 5 days when we try to change perceptions of infertility and signpost our support across every stage of the fertility journey.

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4 November 2021

Metastatic breast cancer

This infographic shines a spotlight on metastatic breast cancer. For almost 1 in 3 breast cancer patients metastasis is inevitable. Until we find a cure, patients need the best treatments available to prevent further spread of their disease and manage its symptoms.

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3 November 2021

European Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation

This infographic, created for the European Day for Organ Donation and Transplantation, summarises the results of a survey of our expert scientific storytellers into their attitudes towards organ, tissue and cell donation. Our conclusion? Information and education are essential for enacting real-world change.

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15 October 2021

International Gaucher Day

In this infographic we highlight common symptoms and the importance of early diagnosis of this #raredisease

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1 October 2021