Medical and Life Sciences Organizations
Repurposing existing content with cost and time efficiencies
We believe in finding efficient ways of doing things and we have been working with several of our clients to repurpose their existing content. In addition to the obvious cost- and time-saving benefits, this allows them to customize content for different audiences and improve the impact of their assets/resources.
How we can support you
Convert legacy content for a new audience
Time is always at a premium for organizations working on life-saving drugs and devises. We help you save time—and cost—by using your old content in a format that is appealing to the target audience.
Present information on multiple channels and across varied formats
We have access to and knowledge of in contemporary platforms and tactics. We help organizations share their content on multiple channels for the biggest impact.
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See how Impact Science empowered clients to innovate and transform science communication.
Brand engagement in China augmented by leveraging local social media
The BMJ, one of the world’s leading general medical journals, had difficulty building a presence in China. Translating content into Chinese was comparatively less successful in getting engagement from the Chinese research community.Read the case study
Breakthrough Research Made Simple and Sharable
How to create self-explanatory graphical summaries of select articles that could be shared with a growing audience of orthopedic surgeons and researchers and be easier to digest.Read the case study
Taking Cutting-edge Research to the Masses
Impact Science decided to communicated TUS’ cutting-edge research through catchy news-style, scientific press releases, engaging infographics, and videos that summarize the key findings.Read the case study
Many Lifesaving Ideas—One Powerful Story
How does a journal repurpose its research propositions, breakthroughs, and discoveries into a format that allows its readership—busy professionals—keep track of it all?Read the case study