7 February 2018 | Bolton School Boys’ Division

We are delighted to invite you to Bolton for our FIFTH Young Scientists Journal conference hosted by our first ever hub school, Bolton Boys’ Division.  The conference, as always, is aimed at students aged 14 to 18, brings enthusiasts for science and its related fields together so that they can meet, discuss, share their ideas and learn from others.

Lectures

A series of talks given at the conference by distinguished scientists will inspire and inform students and teachers alike.

Workshops

There are a variety of workshops you can attend, allowing you to engage in greater depth with a variety of science and communication topics.

Networking

Networking opportunities at the conference will allow you to learn from others and grow your contacts.

Poster Presentations

Students may bring poster presentations to the conference on projects or other work they have done, for the opportunity to win prizes. Click here for more.

Featured Speakers & Organisations

A small flavour of the people and organisations in our 2018 lineup.

Michael Sutherland

Michael Sutherland

Fellow of Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University

Niek D'Hondt

Niek D'Hondt

Science Communication Consultant, Ghent University

Dame Frances Ashcroft

Dame Frances Ashcroft

Professorial Fellow in Physiology, Oxford University

Catch up on some of the talks at our October 2017 conference here!

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Highlights from previous conferences

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What people said about our previous conferences

Got to speak to some truly inspiring young scientists, absolutely fantastic 🙂

A thoroughly enjoyable day that proved highly inspirational and informative.

We were really impressed with the conference, the choice and quality of the speakers and workshop leaders was fun and stimulating

The conference is organized by Young Scientists Journal the world’s peer review science journal, written, edited and produced by 12-20 year-olds.