Life science marketing agency BioStrata has announced two new senior appointments this month, as part of its ongoing strategy to further build out its specialist marketing services. With key strengths and a strong reputation in inbound marketing, PR, social media, digital marketing, science writing and content development, Kat Steer (PR Account Director) and James Reeve (Director of Digital Services) will complement and expand upon these strengths as BioStrata continues to provide integrated, multi-channel marketing solutions that deliver exceptional results for life science companies.
As scientists, we can sometimes find ourselves faced with a choice between different career paths. At this crossroads, following one path lets you continue along your research career, while the other takes you in a different direction entirely. When I finished my PhD, I knew a career in research wasn’t for me, so instead I followed my passion for science communication. That’s why I’m now a Science Writer here at BioStrata, a specialist life science marketing agency, where I happily get to satiate my own curiosity about science, while also being able to tell the rest of the world all about it!
But what is it really like to be a Science Writer? And could it be a good career option for you? To help you decide, below I’ve shared exactly what I do and why I love it so much!
Each year, hundreds of runners ranging from the professional to the amateur (and the optimistic), congregate on Cambridge’s Queens’ Green, for a truly charitable event. Chariots of Fire is a 16-kilometer relay race, and one of the city’s largest charity dashes – this year attracting 380 teams.