AMRC has run Science Communication Awards every two years from 2008-2014 in order to showcase the best and most innovative of our member charities’ communications work.
The winners of the 2014 AMRC Science Communication Awards were:
Best entry from a small charity - Target Ovarian Cancer
Best design - Cancer Research UK
Judges' discretionary award - Huntington's Disease Association
Online and social media - Alzheimer's Research UK
Best print publication - Prostate Cancer UK
Communicating controversial topics - Breakthrough Breast Cancer
Campaigning and influencing - The Brain Tumour Charity
Engaging patients and the public - British Heart Foundation
The judges were uniformly impressed by Alzheimer's Research UK's Dementia Lab, praising the comprehensive campaign for its engaging, easy to use design. On the site, visitors are guided through a virtual, interactive lab which explains each stage of dementia research and the work of the charity. It can be accessed online or through a DVD for those without internet, and uses social media to engage younger audiences.
An amazing site, both in its design and content.
Made me think more than I ever have about dementia.