When you submit your work to JEI, university PhD Candidates and advanced research investigators will give you meaningful feedback on your science and communication. This feedback will help provide you with ideas on how to expand your question, more thoroughly investigate your hypothesis, or more accurately interpret your results.
Scientists build on each other’s work by formulating new questions based on what others have already found out about a phenomenon. Publishing your research in scientific journals is crucial for science to move forward. Just like other academic journals, JEI facilitates that communication between you and other students like you.
JEI helps recognize you as emerging young scientists by publishing your work. The firsthand experience of conducting your own experiments and publishing your data in a manuscript will help you prepare to pursue more advanced science later in your career.