Responsible Tech at Oxford University

Whether it's mining data for profit, or the addictive influence of social media and the carbon impact of going online - advances in technology..

Award-winning pandemic science animation

Commissioned in April 2020, our explainer animation on the science of predictive modelling was at the cutting edge of pandemic science communication.

Science communication: Algorithms and us

Algorithms have become a prevailing feature of modern life. Yet it’s happened almost without us noticing. At the University of Oxford, researchers at..

The producer's guide to the perfect project: Animation

Karen's in charge of our super-slick animation process, to ensure the timely delivery of the highest quality creative work, every time.

Dropps Laundry detergent: here comes the science bit

The laundry detergent commercial is a well-established genre, never straying too far from the old cliches of babies splattered in puree, kids in..

Diving into the Drin River Basin with GWP

Sitting at the southeast tip of Europe lies one of the continent's most important water systems: The Drin River Basin. This system runs through five..

Twitter's historic research illustrated and animated

In 2020, Twitter UK embarked upon a research project to better understand how COVID19 affected the world. Twitter analysed millions of Tweets,..

Animating the case for fairer tax

Fairer Share's brief to us: to create a campaign animation that would increase their reach, raise support across their digital platforms, and provide..

P... p... picturing penguin populations

This delightful animation, created in collaboration with the University of Oxford's science communication team at Oxford Sparks, focuses on seabirds..

Think like a rainforest

There are lots of great things about working at Scriberia. But for a bunch of curious people like us, the best thing is surely the opportunity to..

Protect the antarctic

In the run-up to a crucial conference on the future of the Antarctic seas, Greenpeace commissioned an animation that would help to highlight the..

Amazing mechanobiology made visible

We seldom think about our own bodies as staggering feats of mechanical engineering. But, whether we're running for the bus or pumping the blood..