LP - academic audience (lead generation)

Animate your research

Create an eye-catching summary of your research that educates and engages academia and beyond.

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Sci Ani are the world’s leading provider of animations to the research community.

We help researchers visualise their work so that they can connect with a broader audience and achieve a broader impact.

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Frequently asked questions?

LP - academic audience (lead generation)

The entire process takes around 8-10 weeks in total.

The time investment from you is minimal. We take care of the process from start to finish, and just need your approval along the way as we progress.

We will create the script for you and will ensure it is perfectly suited for your target audience in terms of appropriate language and accessibility. If you have already produced script, we will happily work with this and can offer our expertise if required.

Absolutely anything you like. Whether it be quantum physics or molecular biology, our team are trained to deal with any discipline. We love a challenge, so why not put us to the test?

Yes, we can create an entirely bespoke design for you. We can produce a style to suit your current brand identity to ensure familiarity and consistency, or we can create a style truly unique to help set you apart from your competitors.

You will own the animation and will be able to reuse it any way you see fit. Most of our clients use the animation to host on their webpage, present at conferences, as a training and educational tool or for future marketing activities – the use cases are endless!

Yes, included in the cost is an optional social media campaign to help maximise the impact of the animation and increase brand visibility. We distribute under the creative commons licence Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)

Yes, we will keep your work under wraps until you are happy for us to release it to the world.

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