A common theme links all these activities. We work with complicated subjects and problems, we make complex things understandable, and we make tricky issues manageable.
Please take a look at the rest of the site to find out how we can help with your communications needs. We are based in London but are happy to work anywhere.
To get an idea of the quality of our work, see Martin’s piece on solar eclipse tourism in the Financial Times, September 29/30 2012.
In October, Martin Ince spoke on behalf of QS Quacquarelli Symonds at the International Workshop on Performance Management in Beijing. This activity, alongside a December spell of consultancy work at Fu Jen Catholic University in Taiwan, forms part of his deep and sustained role as a participant in, observer of and consultant on international systems for university ranking. More on that theme from the obvious tab above.
Also have a look at Martin’s blog, via the tab above. One recent post is the evidence I drafted on behalf of the Association of British Science Writers to the Leveson Inquiry. An earlier entry explores how our models of the universe depend on technology at the edge of human ability. Will a measurement turn up some time that cannot be explained away? The one before that asked whether universities will be the next bit of public life to suffer shame and derision, following the banks, the politicians and the media. And the newest (despite Martin’s own political stance) celebrates “the Ayn Rand of the inner solar system” on the basis of a great afternoon with the Royal Astronomical Society.
Here is my look at the changing face of Britain during the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, published in the Economic and Social Research Council magazine “Society Now” to mark her 60 years on the throne. Scroll to page 10.
Here is my article on European skills shortages in Microsoft’s excellent magazine Futures. Scroll to page 19, although the whole publication is fascinating.
See my blog post for details of the media training work which I carried out with Wendy Barnaby at the European Grid Initiative Community Forum in Munich during 2012.
For the green enthusiasts among you, Wendy and I produced the science content for Grantham Review 2012, the annual glossy publication of the Grantham Institute for Climate Change at Imperial College, London, and also for its sister body, the Imperial Energy Futures Lab.
Audio highlight: hear Martin discuss everything from the future of China to climate change denial in a ProjectPulse podcast.