to OnSET will improve your communication skills and help
you gain recognition through publication. Why not have
undergraduate, honours, masters and PhD students are invited
to submit material for publication in OnSET.
audience is senior high school students and undergraduate
university students, who may not have a scientific background.
Articles: current developments in science,
ethics, history and philosophy of science.
Articles: showcases of your or others’
research in narrative, not report, style.
Research Wrap or News: short reports about
Profiles: brief articles about the career
path of a science graduate. May be an interview but
not question and answer format.
with distinguished scientists about a relevant topic,
not in question-and-answer format, though.
Reviews: brief recommendations or longer
reviews of books relating to science.
You should use a writing
style that is relaxed, neither colloquial nor formal,
and it should contain minimal scientific jargon. If you
are not sure that your style is what we are asking for,
send in the article anyway. An OnSET editor will fix it.
must include references.
Acknowledge people who help you, and use tables and figures
your work to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articles may be submitted at any time.
you submit, in the email, please provide your full name;
student ID; course (and major, if applicable); year; and
an email address and phone number with which we can contact
you easily. Also include one or sentences describing your
career interests, hobbies, or other background information
that might interest readers.
you have questions about the selection, editing, and production
process, see our FAQs.
If you would like to become more involved with OnSET,
please contact email@example.com.
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