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Journalism skills, knowledge of academic research, and a solid query will help your pitch rise to the top. We’re currently looking for people to write articles for the blog across all manner of science-related topics, whether about specific research, or more general issues. As a general rule, we only accept articles from people who have a background in science. At the very least, you should have a bachelor’s degree in a scientific field, but a master’s, PhD, or MD is preferable.
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More than 4.6 million people, including students and teachers, policymakers, and the media, visit the APS website every year. If you are interested in writing for us, but need help figuring out what to write about, you may write to us on our email id for a list of ideas. Tales of Science- You may write about the history and scientific journey of any individual/s that have been instrumental in shaping any scientific field as we know it today. You may also write the stories of award winning scientists who have inspired you. Submissions should be accessible to the intelligent and motivated non-expert.
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Second, we’re part of the Research Blogging network, a highly respected hub for people writing about recently published journal articles . So if you’re writing about a particular journal article (whether you’re summarising or critiquing it) we can make sure your article gets included, further increasing your article’s reach across the blogosphere and beyond. The Observer is the digital membership magazine of the Association for Psychological Science. New content is posted weekly, and a complete digital edition is published every other month.
In our series Greater Good Chronicles, writers share stories of trying to apply the science of a meaningful life to their daily lives. Ideally, these pieces take the reader along your journey with you, using specific moments and examples to illustrate how you came to grow in or gain insight about a specific key to well-being. Although you may include occasional links to research, the piece mainly highlights your story and draws out lessons that others can learn from it.