Sabine Louët is a media entrepreneur, science communicator, journalist, and editor with a keen interest in how to best use technology to deliver improved editorial coverage of science, medicine and technology. She has worked in Europe, the USA and Asia. She is the Founder and CEO of SciencePOD (which stands for Science Prose On-Demand), a specialist content creation solution focused on science and innovation.
Sabine’s career in science and technology publishing spans 20 years. It includes experience working for international science publishing houses in London, New York and Connecticut such as the Nature Publishing Group (owned by Macmillan, now part of Springer Nature) and strategic pharma intelligence publishing house Windhover (now part of Informa).
Sabine is the Editor of EuroScientist, the magazine of the research association EuroScience, as a part of SciencePOD’s activities. She was previously News Editor for the international peer-reviewed journal Nature Biotechnology and witnessed the boom of the biotech industry in the 1990s. There she gained unique insight into the start-up ecosystem as she reported on biotech start-up strategy, financing, intellectual property rights protection, licensing deals, exit strategies, etc.
She collaborated with the most prestigious publications in science publishing including the international journal Science, and mainstream popular science magazines like New Scientist. She has also collaborated with Shanghai-based healthcare and pharma business intelligence publishing house GBI Pharma.
She is holds an honours’ M.Sc. (Maitrise) in Fundamental Physics from the University, Strasbourg, France and an M.Sc. in Science Communication from Imperial College, London, UK. In 2006, she was awarded the Science Journalism Laureate Award from Purdue University, IN, USA, for services in Science Communication. She speaks fluent English and French and has a good working knowledge of German and Spanish. She lives by the sea to fulfil her passion for sailing.