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Before you do, look at our Editorial and Writing Guidelinesand recent articles, for insight into structuring and formatting your piece. Since 2017, we have provided essential articles, updates and knowledge to students, science enthusiasts and researchers on the science field. Xplore- You may submit any article that does not fit any of the above categories for this feature. This could include review articles about insightful topics, articles about any recent events or ongoing research, book reviews, poems or any other form of writing that help you express your interests in STEM. We publish various kinds of articles in both the magazine and the blog, taking the content and length into consideration. Take a look at our infographic above to see which type of article might work best for you.

The main idea is to keep it simple and help people learn some science while reading or watching a video. We are looking for people with a science background, interested in working as a Freelance Science Writer with us. Did you know the Smithsonian Institute includes 19 museums and galleries, the National Zoological Park, and 2.7 million square feet of indoor space? There’s a lot to know and a lot to learn about the past, present and future of science, technology, the environment, and even the universe.


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We’re still questioning the world around us and writing about it, and that’s the kind of writing we publish. “We tell the human stories on the leading edge, capture paradigm shifts in research that allow us to see the world in new ways, and offer a roadmap to people who want to live healthier lives,” says Editor Kate Lowenstein. For the amateur astronomer, the eclipse was a monumental opportunity to test out equipment, teach others about astronomy, and even practice taking astrophotos. And it’s the kind of content you’ll find inSky & Telescopefor the hobbyist interested in science and astronomy. Study the site and guidelines before pitching a news story or feature. But you’ll also find articles about agricultural science, soil testing, watering and irrigation, and managing pests and invasive species to prevent crop failure.

Please keep a copy of your posts till its approved just incase. Articles and stories should be of a reasonable length. If you want to reference your site, please make sure that your landing page is relevant to the post.

Thank you so much for your interest in volunteering to write forScience Unsealed, the Illinois Science Council’s blog! We welcome ideas for feature stories on cool science happenings. We will let you know within a couple weeks of submission whether your story has been selected.

Look at our previous blog posts to see what we’ve been publishing recently. Neuronline articles are 500–800 words, focus on one central topic, and include a learning component. They can be personal or share straight forward advice. If your pitch is accepted, a member of the editorial staff will work with you to develop your idea and help you share your story in a clear and compelling way.