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What our authors say

I would personally describe the function of Scientia as being very similar to Scientific America, to translate and distribute complex scientific information and findings to the general public to increase awareness from a free, open access perspective. This not only helps the general public with better understanding some of these complex topics that scientists are sometimes to close to describe, but for PrognostX Health and an industry point of view, it’s helped us disclose some of our research and developing I.P. portfolio while not having to disclose every single detail to our competitors.

Dr. Aaron Carrithers, MD

PrognostX Health

Science communication is so important but not always easy for researchers to do, and Scientia made it really simple to accomplish it. The article production was really straight forward and required a lot less of our time than expected.

Dr Jennifer Kay

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

We’ve already had positive reactions and plan to circulate the article, audio and animation further. Our aim was to communicate with non-researchers and I would say the Scientia products exceeded my expectations and will likely be useful for years.

Dr Doug Brugge

University of Connecticut

I would recommend Scientia to my peers as I believe that the product can be used in so many settings. I always struggle when asked to describe my work including for introductions at conferences, and my Scientia article will provide a valuable information source.

Adam Gazzaley, MD, PhD

University of California, San Francisco

I was very grateful for the expertise of Dr Catherine Deeprose and the Scientia team in putting together the article. I have been very impressed with all that has been accomplished in such a short period of time.

Dr Francesca R. Sborgi Lawson

Brigham Young University

They were clearly aware of the intrinsic difficulty in writing Scientia articles: remaining faithful to the science – to the research – while at the same time breathing some life into the writing so that it is interesting to people, especially to lay persons but also to scientists outside of the area of specialisation of any given article.

Professor Gerald Reeck

Kansas State University