… only miracles take a little longer. – We offer extensive expertise in the conception and implementation of national and international campaigns. Our measures are based on strategic concepts and detailed planning, which we develop in close exchange with our clients in structured workshops. In doing so, we consistently adopt the perspective of the end customer – i.e. our clients’ customers – in order to convey complex topics in a clear and comprehensible manner. Optimal comprehensibility is a matter of course. For the best possible results, every piece of work goes through several stages in our team.
Kiel, Stanford, Cambridge … Dr. Eberhard Zangger, founder and owner of science communications, has done research as a student and scientist in both the natural sciences and the humanities at universities in Germany, the US and the UK. He has published dozens of scientific articles and written a handful of books in English and German. In 1999 he switched from research to corporate communications. His core competencies are the development of communication strategies, the moderation of workshops, crisis communication and the writing of comprehensive background articles on complex issues. As a scientist, he always proceeds analytically, keeping an eye on the bigger picture.
Alessandro Monachesi studied film studies at the University of Zurich and was a journalist for Netzwoche for almost ten years, most of the time in the position of deputy editor-in-chief. He is very familiar with the IT industry and knows how to present complex technical issues in a lucid fashion. Since 2009 he has been looking after science communications’ customers with much attention to their operational needs.
Cléa Formaz holds a PhD from ETH Zurich with a focus on cognitive neuroscience. In addition, she has extensive experience as a copywriter and translator in German, English and French. Her area of expertise is in science communication, particularly medical writing and medical communication. As a communications consultant, she specializes in medtech, biotech and neuroscience. As a science journalist, she understands how to present complex content in an understandable and clear way.
Regula Sigg worked at science communications until August 2015 and has been a freelancer for the agency ever since. She graduated from the University of St. Gallen with a degree in international relations and holds a federal certificate for proofreaders. After working for several years at Neue Zürcher Zeitung, she switched to science communications as a copywriter in 2003. She then continued her education in the areas of graphics and web design. After 2015, Regula Sigg worked in communications for UNICEF Switzerland and Liechtenstein for four years. Since the end of 2019 she has been in charge of communications for Fischer Architects. We are very grateful that she continues to support the agency selectively.
We work with external service providers that best suit the respective task, depending on the project. There are no exclusive partnerships. Often certain service providers are set by the customer – with whom we then like to work and thus expand our network. This best-of-breed approach has proven itself, especially since it enables us to engage outstanding artists with decades of experience. The customer decides with which partners we implement the project. science communications acts as a general contractor and takes responsibility for correct and timely implementation.