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The Journal of Young Physicists Writing Contest 2023
- Write a short article (within 1500 words) explaining a challenging physics concept in simple words.
- Submit your article by 20 June 2023. Send us the link to your Google Doc, and mention "The Journal of Young Physicists Writing Contest 2023" at the beginning of your article.
- Results will be declared on July 1, 2023, the day JYP was founded.
- All decent articles we receive will likely be published on our website.
- All participants will receive a certificate from the JYP, and the winner will be featured on our website and socials.
The Journal of Young Physicists
a physics blogging site
A young physicist? But, don't you need a PhD to be a physicist? A physicist is some old, crazy professor with thousands of publications. Is that so? No. Any young student can be a physicist. All you need is the Internet (which you do have access to since you're reading this right now) and the urge to explore the most beautiful and fundamental science. So, what's stopping you? Start your journey into the physics world now. Start by reading some of our articles. And if you're inspired, great! You can always write your own physics article and submit to us! Let's get started!
Get your physics articles reviewed and published, for free!
We started our journey from July, 2020. And since then we have published over 45 physics articles and formed a team of nearly 30 young physicists from around the world.
We publish articles on physics, math and other related topics for a general audience. Our articles mostly review a known topic in an engaging manner. We also publish blog articles, where the author may share his/her personal views (which should, of course, be scientifically and ethically acceptable) on a physics topic. We hope to grow into a leading platform for young students to publish their physics articles one day.
Any young physics aspirant is eligible to join us. Also, joining us doesn't mean you have to contribute a lot of time! You can also choose not to join our team but be a contributor and submit an article. All submissions we receive go through a plagiarism check and review before publication.
And you can also just read our articles and explore physics.
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