Our mission is to inspire, empower and connect young scientists across the world by stimulating the publication of scientific research by school students in order to contribute to the progress of science.
Young Scientists Journal is an international science journal written, reviewed and produced by school students aged 12 to 20 to enhance science communication skills and provide a vehicle for publishing original research and observations.
We give young scientists the tools to communicate their ideas, research and opinions with other young scientists around the world – building their network, ready to solve tomorrow’s toughest questions and solve real world problems.
What we do
YSJournal publish original research and other articles on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) topics on a rolling basis, producing an issue twice a year.
YSJournal organizes conferences to bring students, teachers and scientists together, including showcasing students’ research.
Find out more about our next conference at Queens’ College Cambridge.
Hubs are local hotspots of the journal in secondary schools, universities, institutions and other organizations around the world. Teams of students come together to work on the journal, promoting the values of the organization and helping in all aspects of the journal. Hubs provide a great way to promote science and have fun in your local area.
We work with partner organisations whose aims coincide with those of YSJournal to connect students globally and motivate them to undertake original research.
We provides adult ambassadors to students through advising and mentoring to help the journal’s growth.