Science Podcasts

Video Interviews & Podcasts

If you have education and thought-leadership at the forefront of your marketing objectives, add our premium Podcasts and Interviews to your package to access a large and rapidly growing audience.

Over the past decade, podcasts and audio media have seen a steady rise in popularity, with no signs of slowing down. The convenience of listening while multitasking has allowed listeners to explore new topics without setting aside time to read or watch a video. As a key element of modern digital marketing, podcasts provide an opportunity to have more casual conversations on different topics without the need to prepare a presentation.

Have one of our experienced and professional marketing team interview one of your in-house specialists, or an external expert doing groundbreaking research with your products, and set your brand apart from the competition.

  • Video Interviews – 15-minute video interviews, including full transcription, with a dedicated landing page
  • Audio Podcasts – 15-minute interviews of guests by a member of our team and published on all major podcast-hosting platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, and Google Podcast

Scientist.com has a large, diverse, and global audience of listeners from a wide range of scientific backgrounds. Grab our audience by the headphones to educate, tell your story, and build a community around your brand.

Podcasts at Scientist.com

#REALSCIENCE:

Conversational interviews with top-scientists from around the world, discussing how they got into their field of research, what drives their passion for discovery, their personal challenges, lessons learned, and where they plan to take their research programs moving forward.

#EXPERTANSWERS:

These fast-paced episodes feature researchers from around the world answering questions about experimental design, technology best-practices, challenges faced in the lab, and how they are overcoming obstacles to ensure advancement of their research programs. 

Dr. Aaron Phillips discusses how he combines integrated physiology and neuroscience in order to better understand cardiovascular function in various preclinical and clinical models.