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We Need More Science for Breakfast
Do you know how much science went into that bacon strip on your breakfast plate? This month saw the launch of FedByScience, a coalition of 16 universities telling stories of success in solving problems in farming and food production.
Big Brains, Bigger Hearts
In the Siemens Competition, the nation's premier STEM research competition for high schoolers, students' passion to improve the world is what sets them apart.
Liven It Up with Facebook Live
Want to go live on Facebook for your organization? Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Creative Work Round-up
The Burness Creative team has had a busy first half of 2017. Here’s a highlight reel of our work so far this year.
Can’t Stop, Won’t Stop Swaying
One of the biggest challenges for patients with Mal de Débarquement Syndrome (MdDS) is that many physicians have never heard of it. Our partner, the MdDS Foundation, is working to change that.
This Story Will Not Self-Destruct in 10 Seconds
Burnesser Ellen Wilson started in communications in 1986 with a telephone and a phone book. Lots has changed since then, but one thing has remained the same: the power of a good story.
#ZombieDilemma: Humor Can Backfire in a Public Health Campaign
Humor has been used for years in public health communication campaigns. These campaigns might garner attention, but how effective are they at driving behavior change?
A “Grandparent-Approved” PSA
To convince older audiences to get the shingles vaccine, our partners at the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases knew they would need to create something that would grab grandparents’ attention.
Our Creative Portfolio
Videos, graphics, gifs, Twitter, blog posts, websites – these days, there are so many ways to communicate beyond traditional media, and Burness does ‘em all. To showcase some of our recent creative work, we’ve put together a new creative portfolio.
For the first time in history, a climate agreement, signed in Paris, commits nearly every country in the world to reducing greenhouse gas emissions. And forest loss, which contributes about 11 percent of global emissions, was a central focus of the discussions.