The first Egyptian journal run by the youth for the youth.
An initiative by STEM October’s class of 2022, Youth Science Journal is the first Egyptian scientific journal published by high school students, for high school students.
All issues go through extensive reviews and quality checks to make sure our content satisfies our high standards.
Our journal presents issues on a monthly basis, each featuring a number of articles in any of a wide range of scientific fields, from neuroscience to mathematics.
Any high school student can submit a manuscript to be featured in one of our issues, provided it’s approved by our editors. Furthermore, they could become a writer for the journal if their submitted manuscript is deemed exceptional or otherwise through a regular application/interview process.
As the saying goes: Behind every great journal, a great team. That’s how it goes…. I guess?
We aspire to promote young researchers and writers by walking them through the standard procedures of publishing a scientific article; that is, delivering a manuscript, editing & peer-review, and finally acceptance or rejection. Through our monthly-issues, we hope to bring the hard work of those writers to light while also providing a constant stream of quality, entertaining, and highly scrutinized content for readers hungry for science. These articles, however, are but an initial spark that encourages readers to go beyond and delve more deeply into their topics of interest on their own, advertising independent research and self-learning.