We popularize scientific research and the missions of health and science actors.

For you.

Immerse your audience in your research. They are thrilling!

You master publications in scientific journals as well as peer to peer communication. Yet, do you get your message across to the general public? To scientists outside of your field? To your financial, political or business partners?

We are keen to deep dive into your areas of expertise, popularize your messages and disseminate them to your audiences.

Clear scientific communication is good for science!

    • It allows the funding of your research.
    • It encourages interdisciplinary collaborations.
    • It prepares the next generation of scientists.
    • It fosters public and political support.
    • It makes knowledge accessible to the majority.

RADAR RP exerts its know-how in the heart of the Health Valley, proud to contribute to the dynamism and innovation of this world-class talent pool.

Women in Science role models for the next generation.

We are particularly committed to promoting the achievements of women in science. We look forward to reading more and more of their stories and want to help position themselves as role models for future generations.

We feel that there is much scope to help them boost their visibility and reach their target audience and the public at large.

As of April 2020, we host interviews of women in science on our website – at least once a month.

Illustration : Marie Sautier
years of experience in communication
PR patent (brevet fédéral)
enthusiasm for
science and health

Our recent articles

a passion for storytelling

Nathalie Chèvre est Maître d’enseignement et de recherche à l’Institut des dynamiques de la surface terrestre (IDYST) de l’Université de Lausanne.

Danuta Cichocka often says she is lucky. But one should say she is a visionary. Danuta Cichocka is CEO and

We are very honored to have Marisa Tschopp as our first guest. Marisa is a researcher at scip AG, a cybersecurity and tech

The duo

The PR passionate about science.

The scientist passionate about communication.

Public relations and social media specialist

Phd in molecular biology

If needed, we complement our team with trusted partners in the fields of mediatraining, visual arts, web design and graphic design.

Professionalism, goodwill, trust, communication and confidentiality are on top of our value list.

Twitter, a key place for science communication

Digitalisation opens a door to your audience. Take Twitter for example. 

Many scientists promote their research on Twitter, many journalists use it for monitoring. Some even make it their research ground. Twitter is also used by editors of specialised journals, universities, your peers.

You probably are already on Twitter, without knowing it, without being able to react - already checked?

We build your content strategy with you, we help you position yourself on this strategic media. In the meantime, we will be pleased to follow you.

Our key takeaways from our #FemTechForum with @Women_Wearables ! Bottom line? Get comfortable saying and hearing the word “vagina” 🙃 https://www.womenofwearables.com/blogwrite/a-virtual-femtech-forum-that-sparked-a-global-movement-in-womens-health

"Je me fais beaucoup de soucis pour les jeunes chercheuses et l’impact que la crise du coronavirus aura sur leurs carrières." @ChevreNathalie

Lisez pourquoi dans son interview.

#COVID19 #recherchescientifique #chercheuses #science


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Looking forward to our next collaboration.