Frontiers for Young Minds is a non-profit, open access scientific journal written for – and reviewed by – young people. The journal involves kids (ages 8-15) in the review process of articles on cutting-edge science, creating a resource of research in a form they can understand involving them in a critical step of the scientific process itself. This blog expands on the scope of Young Minds articles, providing weekly updates of exciting science for curious minds of any age.
Posts will feature a range of content from across the world of science. It will include both re-published highlighted articles from the Frontiers for Young Minds journal as well as other science content that puts the articles and other scientific discoveries into context for younger audiences. This will include new discoveries, ways to challenge your everyday expectations, interviews with scientists, science news, interviews with some of our young minds, and exciting experiments to try at home!
Anyone interested in finding out more about the Frontiers for Young Minds journal can read and download articles, find our mission and history, learn about the people behind the articles, and get to know our partners and sponsors at kids.frontiersin.org. We depend on the involvement of curious minds from across the spectrum – from interested kids and motivated teachers to award-winning researchers and scientific publishers – to make our journal the best resource possible.
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