Your escapades matter. Let’s start sharing it with the world.
Scientific careers are sagas of curiosity that the human civilization is built on. The scientific quest, by its very nature, is an act of rebellion against oblivion. A scientific journey – although it might seem so is not a by-product of luck. It’s a path full of failures with an armistice of achievements. It is full of periods of extreme stress but moments of pride.
Scientific journeys are tales of the very struggle of humans to plunge into the unexplored realms to unravel the mysteries of nature. Scientific careers often demand sacrifices at professional and personal levels.
Here at ScienceBlurb, we provide a platform to acknowledge such efforts of hundreds and thousands of these people. It is our effort to appreciate the human quest for knowledge. We will try to present these stories to the world. These accounts of struggle will serve as a role model for those who want to take the path to the unknown.
For career stories, we are looking for individual scientific journeys. Grab that pen to scribble your story, and let the world know how you chased your dreams and what transpired through the expedition.
Trending science stories (Current research highlights)
For trending Science stories, we seek a layman’s excerpt of exciting discoveries in the scientific domain. It may include, as the name suggests trending topics from health and medicine, basic sciences, applied sciences, and technology. We are looking for informative articles–including research summaries- that add to the understanding of the non-scientific.
mScience Magazine is devoted to sharing raw scientific ideas. we do not seek laboratory-based evidence for these scientific ideas. But, We would appreciate it if these are supported by clues from literature. we would emphasize on creative scientific solutions to real-life problems.
Often young minds are filled with interesting ideas but do not find a place to share them. The mScience Magazine aims to act as a bridge between these young minds and the scientific fraternity.
We seek articles with creative ideas and theory-driven research on any aspect of multidisciplinary Science (Physics, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental and Earth science, etc.). Anyone can submit the article. But, priority will be given to undergrad students. We also feature opinions and commentary on topics from multidisciplinary science, where authors can give their views on recent scientific discoveries. They can also write a commentary on current real-life problems.
The articles published in the mScience Magazine will be reviewed by experts from respective fields.