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Inaugural ‘emotive. prize for Scientific Engagement’

Beaconsfield High School student Isobel Gatehouse wins ‘The emotive. Prize for Scientific Engagement!’



Scientific engagement is firmly embedded in emotive. and through our partnership with Beaconsfield High School for Girls, we are supporting students who will go on to become the next generation of scientists, researchers, & clinicians.

Alongside our sponsorship of the ‘emotive. lab’ within the new science department at the school, we have also established an annual award to recognise and reward a student who has truly excelled in Science over their final year of studies, and help them as they transition to further scientific education.

‘The emotive. Prize for Scientific Engagement’ comprises a bursary to be spent on technology and scientific books, and an internship at emotive. where we will provide an opportunity for the prize winner to further develop their scientific skills and experience how we blend deep insights, scientific understanding and novel thinking to drive engagement and change behaviour.

Dr Gill Boucher, Medical Director at emotive. commented, “Isobel clearly demonstrated her passion for science and her commitment to further study, by outlining a clear plan for the next couple of years. At emotive. we aim to inspire students about the life sciences and offer opportunities for them to explore careers within healthcare communications. We look forward to Isobel joining us on an internship in the near future.”

To learn more about how we drive engagement to change behaviour with our unique emotive. lab methodology, please email Adam Boucher, adam@thinkemotive.com or call +44 (0) 207 148 0408.

2nd August 2017

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