*COMPETITION TIME*

After another year of inundating you with the latest science, we want to hear from you! Specifically, our younger cohort. If you are between 10-18 years old, this one's for you. Here at A Short Scientist, we want to inspire younger generations to find a love for science therefore, over the month of February we're running a science writing competition!

Blog Birthday: Top Ten Articles

I've loved creating every single one of the articles for AShortScientist, it is a creative break for me, exploring two of my passions: Science and Doodling. To celebrate two years of the AShortScientist blog, we look back at the top ten articles from the last two years, simply follow the article links! Thank you to every person that has taken time to read, comment on and share my work, it really does mean the world. This little blog has achieved much more than I ever expected.

Competition Winner – Zain

Our fourth, and final winner is Zain who entered the 16-18 year old category. I was so impressed by his take on the competition that he is our second winner of the category. Zain is 17 years old and his home country is the UK. I thoroughly enjoyed Zain's piece about black holes, it is well written and an entertaining take on scientific writing. Congratulations Zain. The following is entirely Zain's work, enjoy...

Competition Winner – Lucas

Lucas is the third winner of our science writing competition, and entered the 16-18 year old category. He is 17 years old and his home country is the UK. Lucas' piece about the the life of the universe was a brilliant read, incredibly well written and thought provoking. Another impressive piece from someone so young. Congratulations Lucas. The following is entirely Lucas' work, enjoy...

Competition Winner – Erin

Erin is the second winner of our science writing competition, and entered the 13-15 year old category. She is 14 years old and her home country the UK. I really enjoyed Erin's piece about reflexes, it is well written and explained everyday science perfectly. Again, very impressive for someone so young; Congratulations Erin. The following is entirely Erin's work, enjoy...

Competition Winner – Basma

Basma is the first winner of our science writing competition, and entered the 10-12 year old category. She is 10 years old, her home country is Syria but is now living in the UK. Basma's piece about the eye was a wonderful read, and very impressive for someone so young. Congratulations Basma. The following is entirely Basma's work, enjoy...

*COMPETITION EXTENSION*

There have been a few reports that people need to finish off one or two bits or convert files before submission, so the deadline has been moved to Sunday 3rd March at 6pm GMT! Check the LINK for more information about the competition and how to submit your entries. I'm so excited to read the …

*COMPETITION TIME*

After a year of inundating you with the latest science, we want to hear from you! Specifically, our younger cohort. If you are aged 18 or younger, this one's for you. Here at A Short Scientist, we want to inspire younger generations to find a love for science again, so over the month of February we're running a science writing competition!