About Science Matters

Nothing in science has
any value to society if it is
not communicated.

- Anna Roe -

Science Matters is an agency with a broad expertise in written and oral science communication, training, stakeholder outreach and public engagement.

We arm scientists with the skills to communicate science more effectively to a variety of audiences, media to more accurately cover science topics, museums with the development of educational science experiences, and scientific companies with their storytelling.

Our main assets are our ability to understand and translate science and technology to inform, spark debate, or connect different stakeholders.

Our Services

We help you to communicate complex science in an easy and accesible way.

News & Blogs

EVENT: Science Café, Stockholm

October 10, 2019

Finding a solution for Rheumatoid Arthritis & Lymphoma: How can science help? Researchers from the European Cosmic-H2020 project present and discuss research for Rheumatoid Arthritis and lymphoma with non-scientists and patients.

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BLOG: Every scientists should meet a patient

February 3, 2018

Studying breast cancer is a big challenge and does not only require hard work from scientists: patients can help as well to make progress. We organized an outreach event where researchers and breast cancer patients exchanged their...

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Science Matters was founded in 2011 by molecular biologists Dr. Eva Brinkman and Dr. Nadine Bongaerts with the aim to help researchers and organisations to effectively communicate science.

For the past 8 years, they mixed their life in the lab with doing a broad variety projects. From organising public debates, to developing science education or training the next generation of scientists in translating complicated research in a meaningful and engaging way!
Dr. Nadine Bongaerts

Nadine Bongaerts is a true connector between science, society and business. She obtained her bachelor and master degrees in Life Sciences & Technology from Leiden University & Delft University of Technology, and graduated with the highest honors from her Ph.D. in synthetic biology (University Paris Descartes). During her thesis research, she developed novel biotechnologies to find new antibiotics against tuberculosis. Moreover she is a board member for Hello Tomorrow and a professional speaker for Singularity University.

Dr. Eva Brinkman

Eva Brinkman is an experienced and passionate science communicator. She studied Life Science & Technology at Delft University of Technology & University Leiden. Next, she performed here Ph.D. at the Netherlands Cancer Institute Antoni van Leeuwenhoek in Amsterdam working on chromatin biology and genome editing and graduated cum laude. She co-developed a CRISPR/Cas assessment tool and was awarded with AVL award 2018 and BioSB Young Investigator Award 2019.

Contact Us

Science Matters is active in several European countries.
We accept international projects in Dutch, English or French.