Frontiers for Young Minds believes that the best way to make cutting-edge science discoveries available to younger audiences is to enable young people and scientists to work together to create articles that are both accurate and exciting. As a result, the journal provides a collection of freely available scientific articles by distinguished scientists that are shaped for younger audiences by the input of their own young peers.
Developed by:The not-for-profit foundation Froniters
When: 2013 – current
Where: Switzerland (more than 40 countries are currently involved in the journal)
Main actors involved: Scientists and young students
Topics: Science Education, Open Access, Science Engagement
Photo from: https://kids.frontiersin.org/about/journal