If you have to read academic papers, this is the tool for you.
I must do a lot of research because of my MSc final project and Audemic has been a game changer for me. Just being able to listen to the conclusion section of different articles at the same time is a great time saver for me.
MSc in Biotechnology for Environmental Sustainability, Imperial College London
I am pursuing a PhD in Psychology at Durham University but live in Newcastle. Since I discovered Audemic, I use my commute to listen to the papers I haven't had time to read the day before. I listen to the papers on my mobile phone and retrieve all my highlights and notes from my computer, which is where I actually write my thesis.
PhD Fellow in Molecular Plant Sciences, University of Edinburgh
I teach second-year BA Psychology students and I have always used the LMS to post the assigned readings and additional material to my students but recently I have also been using Audemic. At the end of the day, it's all about encouraging them to review the content, so why not do it through audio?
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, University of Kent
I spend a lot of time in the lab doing very mechanical work. That's why I started using Audemic, to take advantage of that time to also listen to scientific articles that I need to review to advance my research. Sometimes, if the article is very complex and requires my full attention, I review it later on paper, but it's definitely perfect for a first approach.
Senior Clinical Researcher, UK-based pharmaceutical company
We make academic research more accessible through audio.