Digital Science is a technology portfolio group that makes research more efficient and accessible for start-ups. As a marketing intern, I generated written and visual content for Digital Science and fostered connections between the group and science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) professionals. One of the coolest projects I worked on was a campaign aimed at reframing failures in STEM as learning experiences. The campaign, #failtales, created a dialogue around failure and embracing its outcomes, no matter what they might be. During my time there, I also researched and designed infographics, did extensive work in Pardot, and provided creative input on several educational videos. See below for a selection of my best Digital Science work.
The science of oxytocin is about so much more than romance. Our new everyday science blog series explores the research you can quickly dig up in Dimensions and identify some top researchers you could collaborate >> https://t.co/HYrm4bQMl2 pic.twitter.com/5ssMclO8LA— Dimensions (@DSDimensions) February 19, 2019
We're really excited to launch our #FailTales #SciComm competition! Share your best tales of failure and research reality with us in words or pictures to be in with a chance of winning a year's subscription to @DSDimensions and so much more! Get involved: https://t.co/ltX7EZoVI6 pic.twitter.com/2Q4Yi3ml0R— Digital Science (@digitalsci) June 17, 2019
On #WorldEnvironmentDay, we explore what it will take to save our planet. Using @DSDimensions data, we discover hot research topics in biodiversity and ecology, who's writing about them, and how their findings are being funded and used. Read on » https://t.co/Fir14ha5Ia @UNGtB pic.twitter.com/GbdwlfNK1V— Dimensions (@DSDimensions) June 5, 2019