Science Practice is a design and research company in London. We collaborate with scientists to help put their research into practice.
Our recent projects include designing and developing novel bioinformatics software called Sequence Bundles with the European Bioinformatics Institute, designing innovation challenges with Nesta and the Humanitarian Innovation Fund, and working collaboratively with Genomics PLC.
We partner with labs, startups and other research-focused organisations. We often seek out collaborators but we also welcome anyone who might want to approach us with an idea for a project. Collaborating on a project means that we will partner in all stages: from planning the project and seeking funds, to disseminating and commercialising the results.
We consult for a wide range of clients including commercial, governmental and academic organisations. Clients will usually approach us with a specific problem they need solving, a domain they need to explore or understand, or an idea that needs realising and testing. When necessary, we can seek out additional expertise to work on a project.
Whether we are seeking a better understanding of a scientific domain or the real world, we take a creative approach to research and adapt our methods to each project.
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We are constantly exploring how design processes can complement the scientific method. Or, how making things can lead to just as much new insight as breaking things.
The best way to understand a new technology is to implement it. We develop applications for emerging technologies and translate existing technologies into new contexts.