Clear, concise, compelling news content.

tell us about the type of content you need!

Who you are

  • You do not have a dedicated in-house science or technology correspondent

  • You have no dedicated in-house science or technology correspondent, or you need to save time in your busy newsroom

  • You want the copy delivered by one of our specialised journalists and checked by editors who are experts in the field

You want compelling coverage of the most exciting stories related to the latest developments in science, medicine, innovation and technology. And you want a trusted team you can count on for content delivery.

Who we are

  • An international network of expert science and technology journalists

  • A highly experienced team of editors and proofreaders with expertise across many disciplines

  • A cloud-based platform design to speed up and streamline commissioning and quality control

  • A slick publishing tool to package the content we create for you in a bespoke science/tech supplement

  1. We extend an invite to a committed partnership with you, by offering expert editorial resources aiding to the success of your company.

How SciencePOD’s Managed Content Creation Service works



You brief a SciencePOD commissioning editor about your specific needs for the story



SciencePOD assigns the commission to the most qualified journalists or multimedia content producers*


Quality Control

SciencePOD’s dedicated editors and proofreaders perform quality control checks on your content**



You review proofs of the content in an onscreen editing interface. Once the story is finalised, we deliver it in your chosen format (HTML, PDF, text, Word etc.)

Who requires our Newsroom Services?

  • Anyone requiring high-quality science content

  • Newsrooms wishing to avoid the cost of a permanent science and technology correspondent

  • News teams with limited budget or time, wishing to cover Europe-wide stories

    SciencePOD‘s experts have extensive experience working with science publishers, such as Elsevier, Springer Nature, Wiley, as well as with popular science magazines Wired and New Scientist and numerous European broadsheets. We can offer you access to reporting across borders, using local journalists to cover the news where happens.

    We have a vested interest in delivering a critical analysis of the news by establishing public understanding of the latest developments in research and innovation.