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Talking Science is a PR-led marketing company delivering a variety of programs to science & technology companies across the globe. With many years of international experience marketing in this field, Talking Science can handle projects large and small serving as a resource just handling PR or managing a fully integrated marketing services program. The client has the ultimate flexibility as Talking Science will listen to needs, design programs, execute them promptly and then measure performance.

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2015 – The International Year of Light

It is Pittcon time again – the world’s largest annual conference and exposition for Laboratory Science.

It is also the biggest gathering of the scientific media with more than 200 editors converging to hear the latest news from more than 1000 vendors. The meeting offers a unique opportunity to get a hands-on look at the latest innovations and is the once-a-year chance to network with clients, users, distributors and friends.

Three of Talking Science’s clients will be heading to New Orleans for this year’s meeting.

Renishaw Raman Spectroscopy has selected Talking Science to help produce their PR and user articles.

Renishaw is a recognised leader in Raman spectroscopy. They have a team of over 100 scientists and engineers specialising in the production of fully configurable Raman systems. Regulars at Pittcon, they will be showing their inVia confocal Raman microscope that delivers outstanding performance and reliable results. Visit booth #2808 and meet with David Reece, Renishaw’s Business Development & Marketing Manager, along with the experienced US sales and applications team.


This will be Magritek’s third year at Pittcon having just completed a record year in 2014 which has seen them release new versions of their Spinsolve benchtop NMR spectrometer and open new offices in the USA and Germeny. As well as presenting new products to the media, Talking Science has also been interviewing users of Spinsolve and placing these stories in the media worldwide creating a real buzz for Magritek. Spinsolve is fast becoming the leader in this benchtop area through providing high performance at low costs. It is perfect for chemistry education & research; for synthetic chemistry & reaction monitoring.

Visit booth #4405 and meet with CEO, Andrew Coy, and his growing team of US support specialists. Learn about all the new applications papers and Lab Manuals designed to aid in undergraduate teaching programs.

 

Nanotechnology leaders for combining AFM technology with chemical, mechanical and thermal analysis, Anasys will return to Pittcon, the site where the µTA instrument won the prestigious Pittcon Editors’ Gold Award back in 1998. With the formation of Anasys in 2006, Many awards have followed as the instrumentation moved to higher levels of resolution (nanoTA) through to the introduction of the revolutionary nanoIR system which produces chemical information at sub 100nm resolution. This new technology has been recognized with a Microscopy Today Innovation Award. Visit booth #3610 and see examples of how Anasys have changed the map in materials characterization with their lab-on-a-tip approach.

Launching products – do you have a PR plan?

Have you planned your new product launches? Do you know how to contact the editors? Do you know how to present your company’s story? Do you know what attracts editors to write about your company’s products and applications…and not about your competitors? Does your company need help? Why not talk to Talking Science now to help create an effective PR plan? It is what Talking Science does…and delivers well. See our list of clients here.

Contact Jezz today – call +44(0)1799 521881 – or email
jezz@talking-science.com and ask for some advice on how to make your campaign succeed.

STOP PRESS: Deben, “the microscopy accessory experts,” have just selected Talking Science to lead their PR campaign. Look out for more announcements in the coming weeks. And come and meet Talking Science’s microscopy clients at mmc2015 in Manchester in the summer.