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May 1, 2024

Enzyme joins Bioscript Group

Enzyme Communications announces partnership with Bioscript Group

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April 25, 2023

The conference is dead. Long live the conference.

Conference season is upon us and 2023 feels like the year when in person international healthcare conferences are roaring back into our lives.

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April 19, 2023

From graduate to industry: Learnings in a science communications agency

Here at Enzyme Communications, we provide opportunities to many graduates within both the project management and scientific field. This article is courtesy of Pennie Ryan, a Junior Science Communicator who joined us directly after completing her Science Communication MSc at The University of Sheffield.

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September 22, 2022

How can science communication help unlock the potential of sustainability and environmentally friendly energy solutions?

With increased political will and funding now flowing into the sustainability and energy sectors, a whole raft of hugely exciting companies are developing the solutions we desperately need to try and turn the tide on climate change and the overuse of resources.

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September 21, 2022

Summer placement with Enzyme: putting theory into action

After completing my undergraduate at the University of St Andrews (BSc Biochemistry Hons), I embarked on the MSc Science Communication course at Imperial College. As my master’s year has progressed, I have been reflecting on what an exciting time it is for science communication – and its vital place at the intersect of science and society.

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March 23, 2022

What’s new for the pharmaceutical industry in the 2021 ABPI Code update?

The Code of Practice for the Pharmaceutical Industry (the code) is published by the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry (ABPI) - find out what's new

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January 20, 2022

The Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine and the missed opportunity for professional science communicators

Brain power, collaboration, and sheer hard work underpinned the development of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, so how have science communicators missed an opportunity to spread the word here?

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December 16, 2020

When every word counts

How you communicate matters. Whether patients are vulnerable in the context of a clinical trial or because of their illness, it's is important to be aware of these factors when strategising a patient communication plan.

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November 25, 2020

One year at Enzyme Communications

Enzyme's company process revolves around four Ps (Position, Promise, Proof and Patient). After year one of working with us, Lois sums up her experience with her own four Ps

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November 6, 2020

How do we relieve stress at Enzyme Communications?

Every working person is likely to experience stress at some point in their job. For International Stress Awareness Week, we want to discuss the things that we do at Enzyme Communications to manage stress.

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October 21, 2020

How do you take advantage of the opportunities of the remote world to communicate your science?

Across 2020, the healthcare community has been met by unprecedented challenges as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. In healthcare – an industry known to rely on physical meetings – restricted social interactions has driven the need to reinvent traditional means of communications.

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August 10, 2020

Fair and diverse participation in clinical trials: is that even achievable?

Studies show that clinical trials conducted in the United States tend to involve primarily middle and upper-class, younger, white male participants. Ideally of course, a clinical trial’s population would consist of a variety of different sexes, race and ethnicities.

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May 14, 2020

Are you using digital marketing to locate your clinical trial participants?

Figures from 2014 showed that up to 89% of pharmaceutical companies were failing to notice the potential of non-traditional methods of recruitment.[2] While this is no doubt changing, many companies have plenty of room to improve.

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December 17, 2019

Tilt Brush – advanced applications for healthcare comms

Virtual reality (VR) has captivated the world of healthcare communications, creating enormous opportunity for pharmaceutical companies to bring their concepts to life. From mechanisms of action to disease awareness, the healthcare industry has been quick to adopt VR – but the opportunities are far from over.

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July 10, 2019

The Role of the Fruit Fly in the Research of Human Disease

A very common pest in most of our homes, the fruit fly (Drosophila melanogaster), is one of the most important model organisms in scientific research. To date, no less than nine Nobel prizes have been awarded for research based on the fruit fly. 

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July 2, 2019

Electron microscopy – a glimpse at the world in detail

If you look down at what you’re wearing and observe the material it’s made out of, pick up your phone and browse social media, or peer into your medicine cabinet, it is clear that microscopes have greatly shaped our understanding of the world we live in and the way we live it – often in ways that we don’t realise.

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February 26, 2019

How to use social media in healthcare product launches

As everyone is well aware, social media can be a useful tool for business to access target audiences. The same is true in the healthcare environment, where pharmaceutical companies want to reach healthcare professionals to communicate the value proposition of the treatments they produce and market. 

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January 31, 2019

Strategic and tactical innovation in healthcare communications under the GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has had many companies focused on data storage, processing and compliance over the last 12-24 months - and rightly so.  As of last week, we have seen that the GDPR has teeth and that regulators intend to enforce the rules.

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January 15, 2019

What does ‘no-deal’ mean for the supply of medicines?

Following today's defeat of the Prime Minister's Brexit deal, many thousands of people up and down the UK will be extremely worried. Not because of the economic or political implications, but because their wellbeing and potentially even their life is dependent on a consistent supply of medicine.

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January 7, 2019

New year, new approach?

Talking about science and selling scientific products and services to varied audiences is often not so different from traditional marketing.

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January 4, 2019

What is science communication?

That’s a great question, and as science communication specialists, it’s a question that we ask ourselves a lot. To answer that question let’s begin with a boat full of sailors in 1747.

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July 12, 2018

From Study to Story – harnessing the power of story telling

Do you have a newly published study that you want to communicate, or perhaps an existing study that you feel you could get more from? If so, Enzyme Communications ‘Study to Story’ process could be for you

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