Scientists are facing increasing demands to demonstrate the relevance and impact of their research, yet few receive any formal science-communication training. Our high-end trainings are designed to address this need and to impart key skills and strategies to academics at all levels.
Learn effective strategies
Our trainings impart the skills that come in handy throughout the life-cycle of research. We train you to write successful grant applications; write and publish impactful papers; structure, design and deliver accurate and engaging scientific presentations; and communicate research beyond journals.
By distilling the expertise and experience of our core team members, we adapt the content, format and level of interactivity of our trainings to the target audience. Our workshops are suitable for PhD students, early-career researchers, senior researchers and communications staff.
Our training services
In this three-module, interactive workshop we present strategies for planning, writing and editing grant applications to maximize the chances of a favourable review.
In this four-module, interactive workshop we teach powerful principles and strategies to plan, write, edit, submit and publish impactful scientific papers.
In this workshop we provide knowledge and strategies to communicate research effectively, both orally and visually, to make a lasting impression on audiences.
Beyond the journals
This interactive workshop discusses the role of media in bridging science and society; we also teach how to frame, pitch and write news, press releases and opinion pieces.
“I was awarded a one to one grant writing coaching session with Elevate Scientific in a gender-equality initiative at Lund University. I just wanted to state what an incredible difference it made to my career by enabling me to successfully apply for and receive several grants.”E. Malmqvist, PhD StudentLund University
“Probably the best scientific writing course in the world.”H. Olin, ProfessorMid Sweden University
“A very useful workshop. Put reason behind good intention and identified ways to avoid bad practice.”U. Zülicke, Professor Victoria University of Wellington
“Never a dull moment, concentrated, intensive, and highly useful.”Associate ProfessorNovo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research