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Share a science experience.

We develop innovative platforms, engaging content, and effective communication strategies for the research community.

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Creativity


 

 











 

Share a science experience.

We develop innovative platforms, engaging content, and effective communication strategies for the research community.

 
 

Creativity is gravity.


SpacetimeLabs is a creative agency for science. We're a team of award-winning designers, producers, and developers helping the research community connect with their fans through science experiences - human-centered design for science communication.

We develop storytelling strategies, experience design, motion graphics, web and mobile apps, video and content production, as well as online and live special events.

We're helping research institutes, science centers, museums, universities, and private foundations engage the public and inspire greater support for funding, promote science literacy, and secure a future for the next generation of explorers. 

 
 
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Featured Work


Don't just share your data. Share your awe.

Christopher Joyce, NPR Science Correspondent
2017 AAAS Annual Meeting

Featured Work


Don't just share your data. Share your awe.

Christopher Joyce, NPR Science Correspondent
2017 AAAS Annual Meeting

 

Welcome to the Atacama

Working with astrophysicist Paul Matt Sutter, we've launched a pilot project for science experience travel and documentary filmmaking. We announced our next adventure with this video for a stargazing trip to the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile, December 7-14, 2018. Visit ASTRO.TOURS

 

The Day The Universe Changed

February 22, 2017. The day the Universe changed. NASA announced the incredible discovery of 7 Earth-like exoplanets orbiting a star only 39 light years away. Trappast-1. An ultra-cool dwarf star in the constellation Aquarius.

A NASA administrator said, "It would take a hundred miracles for us to get there."

One down. Only 99 more to go.

 
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Telling a story of time.

SpacetimeLabs worked with PBS/NPR member station NET Nebraska to develop an online learning companion for their documentary, PALEO SLEUTHS, and design for their lesson-based STEM experience featured on PBS Learning Media.

See it live: PaleoSleuths.org

 

The Air & Space Museum has an iPad app for TechQuest 2017.

The Smithsonian STEM project, TechQuest, will be launching another series at the Air & Space Museum with a new iPad app, designed and developed by SpacetimeLabs and Origin Story. It's only available for participants in the program researching what it takes to win a "Race to the Moon."

Lab results coming soon!

 

Discover our resource lab.

We've collected an assortment of helpful articles, assets, and tips to support your science communication projects. If you don't see something you need, just send us a request and we'll add it to the Lab.

Visit the Lab

 

 

 
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Design


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Human-centered design for science communication.


Communication with a human perspective means telling a story. The key to engaging new fans and followers is to share your science narrative through multiple channels. Over time, you can build an audience of inspired support and interaction, a community of discovery.

We apply these core principles to everything we do:

  • Start with a story. Always.
  • Make it usable, useful, and sharable.
  • Don't communicate to the PUBLIC. Talk with your CUSTOMERS.
  • Sell the problem you solve, not your science.
  • WHY you do anything will always be more engaging than HOW you do everything.
  • JUST START. You won't learn anything until you do.

 

 
 
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"SpacetimeLabs has significantly helped organize my approach to new opportunities and projects. A veritable guiding light of communication!"

Dr. Paul M. Sutter

Astrophysicist (OSU) and Chief Scientist at the COSI Center in Columbus, OH
"Agent to the Stars"