Science Research Breakthroughs for National Lab
To highlight the outstanding research coming out of Argonne National Lab’s Advanced Photon Source through engaging, scientific journalistic articles.
Utilize best-practices in science writing to develop articles highlighting the findings and significance of research emerging from Argonne National Lab.
To date, we have published 18 science journalism articles in collaboration with Argonne scientists.
Case Study: Science Writing Support for Argonne National Laboratory
Argonne National Lab, one of the most prestigious research institutions in the United States recently contracted Untold Content to provide ongoing scientific journalism support for their biannual Science Highlights Book. These highlights are written based on the top scientific articles selected by the beamline scientists from the Advanced Photon Source (APS). We are proud to write and work with the most impactful scientists from around the world to highlight the discoveries and innovations that will shape tomorrow. These articles are intended for the APS research community and for a wider, non-scientific audience.
- Translate peer-reviewed research in science journalism articles
- Produce 700 word scientific journalism articles
- Provide final documents within 2 weeks of request
On an ongoing biannual basis, we review research articles, references and supporting information provided by the APS. Based on the experimental approach and impact of the scientific findings, our team of scientific writers composes 700 word research highlight articles. These articles are refined through conversations with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) to create the final highlight articles that are submitted to APS.
The Results of the Partnership
Some examples of our published research highlights:
- New, Potent Inhibitors of an Enzyme Essential for SARS-Cov-2 Viral Replication. April 2021.
- How SARS-CoV-2 RNA Evades Host Immune Responses. August 2020.
- Pressuring Jarosite to Reveal its Magnetostructural Mechanism. February 2019.
- Freeze! Cryogenic Electron Microscopy Reveals Mechanistic Details for Insulin-Related Diseases.
- Pulling Back the Mechanistic Curtain on Iron Zeolite Catalysts.
- Taking a Closer Look at the Reactions that Convert Shale Gas Ethane to Valuable Ethylene.
- Trapping Short-lived Intermediates to Peek at their Structures.
“They have been consistently creative, accurate, on-deadline, and thoroughly professional. I highly and unreservedly recommend their services.”
Richard Fenner, Manager, PSC Communications and Information
Argonne National Lab is a multidisciplinary science and engineering research center operated by the University of Chicago Argonne LLC for the United States Department of Energy. Since 2019, Untold Content has served as a strategic content partner for Argonne and supported the publication of dozens of research articles in APS Science.
- Write journalistic articles highlighting some of the outstanding research coming out of ANL’s Advanced Photon Source.
- Engage the general public and scientific community in understanding the latest research.
- Break down scientific publications for digestible reading.
Untold Content writes “highlight” articles, aiming to capture the experimental findings and significance of the highly technical research in an accessible, journalistic voice.
- APS Science 2018 (Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Lab). Trapping Short-lived Intermediates to Peek at their Structures. (pages 124-125). February 2019.
- APS Science Highlights. Pressuring Jarosite to Reveal its Magnetostructural Mechanism. February 2019.
- To be published in Argonne’s APS Science Highlights. Freeze! Cryogenic Electron Microscopy Reveals Mechanistic Details for Insulin-Related Diseases.
- To be published in Argonne’s APS Science Highlights. Pulling Back the Mechanistic Curtain on Iron Zeolite Catalysts.
- To be published in Argonne’s APS Science Highlights. Innovative Proteomics Platform Accelerates our Understanding of Lysine Methylation Signaling.
- To be published in Argonne’s APS Science Highlights. Taking a Closer Look at the Reactions that Convert Shale Gas Ethane to Valuable Ethylene.
- To be published in Argonne’s APS Science Highlights. The Mechanism of Hemoglobin-ligand Allostery is Not a Closed Case.