Has your son or daughter carried out a project or done some research in one of the STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering or Maths)?
Published author? If they are aged between 12 and 20 they could submit their work for publication in the Young Scientists Journal – the publication which was established to publish just that! They should click Publish to submit their work online.
Join the Team? We always need able and motivated students to join our team running the journal, which is a great way to develop unique skills which will enhance their career and university prospects. Is your daughter or son interested in editing, web development, design, marketing, or building partnerships? They can apply to join our team here.
Attend event? We host conferences which your son or daughter could attend if aged between 14 and 18, where they can listen to world-class scientists, contribute their own research through a poster presentation and network with other like-minded students. You can accompany them, or, if they are old enough, allow them to attend unaccompanied. Find out more on our Events pages.
If your child is not yet old enough to get involved, they can still read the journal, which is free and open access. Perhaps it will give them the motivation to contribute when they turn 12!
Support us? Are you a scientist yourself, or in a position to support the journal through contact with a STEM organisation? Please visit our Support pages to find out more and help us to grow.