You can now advertise on the BioNews and Progress Educational Trust (PET) websites and in the email version of the BioNews newsletter. The latter is read by around 18,000 people each week, and is an ideal place to advertise your services to a target audience.
BioNews readers and PET supporters are interested in genetics, assisted conception, embryo/stem cell research and related areas, and include scientists, clinicians, counsellors, ethicists, policymakers, academics, students, teachers, journalists and the broader public. BioNews is highly regarded by eminent figures in all of these fields, as you can see from their testimonials.
BioNews offers solutions for all your advertising needs, whether you wish to advertise as part of a big campaign, or whether you want to place a simple one-off classified ad. There is also a section of the BioNews website and email newsletter specifically dedicated to jobs and opportunities.
BioNews successfully combines accurate science reporting with opinion and comment on developments in the fields of genetics, assisted conception and embryo/stem cell research.
By entering a sponsorship arrangement with BioNews, individuals, businesses, research councils and grant awarding bodies have the opportunity to forge links with an international audience of academics, clinicians, ethicists, lawyers, nurses, patients, policymakers, politicians, researchers, scientists, sociologists, students, support groups and an interested broader public. BioNews is highly regarded by eminent figures in all of these fields, as you can see from their testimonials.
BioNews has a variety of sponsorship opportunities and packages available, which can be tailored to meet sponsors' objectives and budgets. By entering a sponsorship arrangement with BioNews, you can enjoy a wide range of benefits which can:
raise your brand awareness and create preference;
provide attractive content for a range of your products and services;
build your brand positioning through associative imagery;
support a sales promotion campaign;
create internal emotional commitment to your brand.
sponsoring an edition of the BioNews newsletter;
sponsoring a bespoke, branded section of the BioNews website or Progress Educational Trust (PET) website;
sponsoring a public event or other initiative organised by PET.
We work in close partnership with our sponsors, and we welcome ideas that would enhance the relationship for both parties. Where possible, we endeavour to involve our sponsors directly in our projects and programmes over a number of years, to ensure that the sponsor develops a personal relationship with a project and a sense of stewardship.
To discuss sponsorship or collaborative work with BioNews, contact Sarah Norcross at or on +44 (0)20 7278 7870.