TOMORROW'S SCIENTISTS, TODAY
The Young Scientists Journal is the largest and oldest journal of its kind.
We are an internationally peer-reviewed science journal, written, reviewed and produced by students aged 12 to 20. Since 2006, we have connected students from over 50 countries.
“I was amazed and delighted at the high quality of the science, the enthusiasm of the young scientists and the confidence with which they presented their research. They were inspirational. The world has a bright future with young scientists like these.”
Professor Sir Martyn Poliakoff
University of Nottingham