Scienceposters has been operating since 1999. The business has developed primarily via word of mouth and we print for universities, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies in the UK, Europe and Worldwide.
Our service is novel as we have a scientific background, have attended many conferences and made our own research
presentations. Hence we have an understanding of the content of the poster as well as experience of how to design and/or print
so your poster looks as good as possible.
As of 1st April 2015, Scienceposters are trading as Ltd Company. Our company (Scienceposters Ltd) registration number is 9437226We have been incorporated by several UK societies including the British Thoracic Society and Association of Surgeons of GB & Ireland as optional poster providers, and can give advice and help with meeting organisers to maximise poster sessions, as well as discounts for members using any of our services. Read here what the Bone Research Society have to say about SciencepostersWe have had favourable mentions in two peer reviewed manuscripts where the authors write about creating posters (Mayberry JF, PostGrad Med J 2007; 83: 596-598 and Pawa & Davidson, BMJ Careers 2008).We have also recently supplied "example" posters to a book published by Oxford Radcliffe entitled "Creating Effective Conference Abstracts and Posters in Biomedicine ". The authors, Jane Fraser, Louise Fuller and Georgina Hutber are Independent consultants and trainers in scientific writing and communications skills and approached us as they were struggling to find examples of posters that illustrated what they recommended. We utilise HP printers. We also print on high quality satin photo paper (smudge proof) and only use original inks that do not fade (unlike cheaper solvent inks)....you might find cheaper, but they will normally print on far inferior paper or use cheaper inks. A recent introduction has been printing onto fabric - we now have 2 printers that specifically print onto fabric at photo resolution. We are continually trialling new fabrics and at present are using a “crease-free” fabric which gives superb print quality, is relatively crease-free (no fabric is truly crease free!) and is light and easy to transport. The fabric posters are “hot-cut” at 1000oC sealing the edges and ensuring no fraying occurs and are sent out in plastic boxes to ensure they arrive in optimum condition (ie not creased/crushed by Royal Mail). Our A4 sized boxes can easily take 4 A0 posters and more impressively the massive 8’x4’ American sized posters can also be printed and folded to fit into the same sized box. Scienceposters offers a unique, specialised service to researchers both nationwide and internationally. Our turnaround is quick, and more importantly extremely hassle free and easy. We try to make the poster-process an enjoyable experience!
"I have been using Scienceposters to print my posters for scientific conferences for the past 2 years. They offer an extremely reliable and personalised service with rapid turnaround times. The price is also amongst the best available out there and that includes postage and package to a personal address. One of the best aspects of their service has been the personal attention of Dr Pete Anning to ensure that my posters print out perfectly. Any problems with the powerpoint or pdf files have been dealt with efficiently and professionally and the end result has always been good.One of their most recent products, the posters printed on silk fabric is particularly nice. These posters look very nice and can be folded and carried abroad in a A4 sized packet. This avoids the need to carry around large poster tubes which can be a hassle when travelling abroad. They were being offered at an extremely competitive price too."Veeru Kasivisvanathan MBBS BSc MRCS (Eng) Academic Clinical Fellow Royal College of Surgeons & London School of Surgery
Many thanks for the great poster- really pleased with the final result and the delivery to the venue. Your service and turnaround time was impeccable. Would definitely recommend you to colleagues and consider you again if I needed more posters in future. Dr Elizabeth Kingston, NHS Warrington
Thanks Pete.A fantastic service, it is a pleasure to work with someone so helpful.Dr Dermot MurphyConsultant Paediatric Oncologist, Royal Hospital For Sick Children
Some client comments are below. We now use twitter for feedback and comments so check our twitter page for up to date comments, photos and feedback
SocietiesBritish Thoracic Society Pathological SocietyAssociation of Surgeons of Great Britain & IrelandRoyal College of NursingAssociation of Surgeons in TrainingBritish Association of Endocrine SurgeonsAssociation of Coloproctologists of GB & IrelandAssociation of Laparoscopic Surgeons of GB & IrelandBone Research SocietyBritish Thoracic Oncology GroupIrish Cancer SocietyObstetric Anaesthetists' AssociationASH (Action on Smoking and Health)Vascular SocietyUniversitiesImperial College, LondonGlasgow UniversityEdinburgh UniversityUniversity of the West Indies, BarbadosBrighton University Medical SchoolPeninsula Medical School @ Exeter University: Cambridge UniversityCardiff UniversityYork UniversityDurham UniversitySwansea UniversityAberystwyth UniversityKing's College University of LondonAberdeen UniversitySwansea UniversityRoyal Holloway University of LondonUniversity of the West of England: Keele UniversityDundee UniversityLiverpool UniversityOxford UniversityCancer Research UK (various locations)
IndustryGlaxo Smithkline, Weybridge, SurreyL'Oreal, France and USAPharmagenesis, OxonNovacto Biosystems, HertsIndustrial Tomography Systems, ManchesterMitsubishi Electric ITE-VIL, SurreyParelex International - LondonDNV - LondonHealth Protection Agency (HPA)Philip Morris International
NHS TrustsRoyal Surrey County HospitalCheltenham General HospitalEssex Neuroscience Centre, Oldchurch Hospital,Worthing HospitalWonford Hospital, ExeterChurchill Hospital, OxfordMaidstone HospitalPrincess Royal University Hospital, OrpingtonRoyal Marsden HospitalPembrokeshire Local Health Board, Wales Withybush HospitalRoyal Bournemouth & Christchurch NHS TrustStoke Mandeville HospitalHarrogate District Hospital, YorksYeovil HospitalIpswich HospitalBirmingham Heartlands Hospital Great Western Hospital, SwindonRoyal Liverpool University HospitalQueen Elizabeth Hospital, LondonlLondon Chest HospitalCaerphilly Miner's HospitalLuton & Dunstable NHS TrustRoyal Devon & Exeter NHS TrustBradford Teaching Hospitals NHS TrustGlan Clwyd HospitalPrincess Royal University HospitalEast Surrey HospitalNevill Hall Hospital, AbergavennyNorthwick Park HospitalTorbay HospitalSt Mark's Hospital, HarrowMedway Maritime HospitalHillingdon HospitalUniversity Hospital BirminghamWest Suffolk HospitalRoyal Liverpool Hospital