How do I become an author?
Interested in becoming an author for an international science magazine? Follow the steps below:
Becoming an author
Are you passionate about science, technology, engineering, or math? Are you a talented writer or science communicator? Join the international science community of young, like-minded individuals at Innovation Hub and share your knowledge with a wide, international audience. As an author, you'll have the opportunity to showcase your talent, contribute to the scientific discourse, and inspire readers around the globe.
To become an author and have your work featured on our esteemed website, please adhere to the following guidelines:
What should my article include?
To ensure your article meets our criteria for publication, please take note of the following guidelines:
Include a bibliography including cited sources in APA or Harvard format
Include a picture that can be published with your article and its source
Write in clear and concise academic english
What else should I provide?
In order for us to feature you as an author in the "Our Team & Authors" tab, please provide us with the following:
A short description of yourself (your interests, where you are from, what your article/ research is about)
(optionally) a headshot (picture) of yourself
Aspiring to be an author but lacking inspiration for an article? Explore our collection of prompts free for you to use or serve as a source of inspiration!
Deja Vu Explained: Unravelling The Enigma Behind Familiarities Illusion
How Tetris, Your Beloved Game, Might Help Prevent Trauma
EMDR Therapy: What Is It and Does It Work?
Microscopic Wonder: The Intricate Mechanism Of The Flagellum Motor - How Bacteria Move
The Enigma Of Medicine: Why Is It That We Still Don’t Know How Penicillin and Many Other Pharmaceuticals Work?
The Story Of Ada Lovelace: The First Computer Programer
Biomimicry: Drawing Inspiration From Nature To Solve Human Challenges
Ancient Engineering Marvels: New Insights Into Egyptian Pyramid Design
Brandt, Lavoisier and more: How The first Chemical Elements Were Discovered
NEW ARTICLE OPPORTUNITY:
"The Martian" Film Review: A Cinematic Journey to Mars
Exploring the Scientific Validity of "Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind" by Yuval Noah Harari
Reviewing "Don't Look Up": Separating Fiction from Science
Reviewing "The Selfish Gene" by Richard Dawkins
Have you recently read an interesting scientific book or watched a thought-provoking film? We have exciting news for you!
In addition to publishing articles with a strictly scientific focus, we are now expanding our horizons to include topics such as science book reviews and film reviews. This is your chance to share your insights, critique, and recommendations on books and films that explore scientific themes.
We invite you to take advantage of this exciting opportunity and submit your articles or reach out to us for further guidance!
Although general commentary of the movie is highly encouraged, we also ask that you dedicate at least some of the article to the discussion of the science presented in the movie. This can for example be a comment on the scientific validity of the events presented, eg. if they were realistic