Description

Young Scientists Journal' is an online journal entirely produced by students aged 12 20. Started in one school in 2006 as a vehicle for publishing school students' research, the twice-yearly journal has expanded to include contributions from schools across the UK and in over 45 other countries. It aims to enthuse students to carry out their own scientific research and publish the results. The author, and journal co-founder, has showcased the journal at ASE Annual Conference and a Science on Stage festival in Hungary.

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