Journal of Emerging Investigators Will Publish Middle and High School Student Research Papers

Posted on January 16, 2012  Comments (2)

The Journal of Emerging Investigators is a new journal for publishing research paper and reviews of research papers by middle school and high school students from any country.

The Journal of Emerging Investigators strives to provide students with as much access to original scientific writing as possible. With this in mind, all submissions are covered by an attribution non-commercial, no derivative license. This means that anyone is free to share, copy and distribute an unaltered article for non-commercial purposes.

Graduate students with substantial research experience will review the manuscripts.

All hypothesis driven science is acceptable for research articles. This includes, but is not limited to, life science, physics, chemistry, health, psychology, and physiology. Engineering articles are also accepted as long as there is a clear question and hypothesis being tested.

Hopefully this will encourage some students to give research a try. Advisors may submit items for publication (students have to have an mentor/teacher do the submitting.

Similar journals: The Journal of Experimental Secondary Science, open science 🙂 – Canadian Young Scientist, closed science 🙁

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2 Responses to “Journal of Emerging Investigators Will Publish Middle and High School Student Research Papers”

  1. Gregory B
    January 17th, 2012 @ 12:43 am

    In a world where education has become so poor and over-regulated, it is so refreshing and inspiring to see students excelling and thriving in an environment that rewards hard word and excellence. Wonderful article!

  2. R M Deshmukh
    February 24th, 2014 @ 4:06 am

    Most of the Researchers are students, and when they need to publish their research work it is observed that they lack the funds to pay the publication fee. I really feel it is a publication house ethical responsibility that they understand this need and encourage new researchers to publish their work by providing some discounts or awarding schemes.

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