United Academics Magazine welcomes submissions from scientists, experts, graduate students, educators, and science communicators with a scientific background willing to share popular science articles. Please read the following guidelines before submitting your work.
Send your pitch to our editor Josefina Cordera, firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject line ‘LastName’_’Title’_NewArticle.
When submitting your article, send us a list of references.
We value the free flow of scientific knowledge. When researching your article, please consider using open-access articles. Our readers will thank you for being able to read entire scientific articles without price barriers.
We cover a wide range of topics (Health, Environment, Physics, Neurology, and many others). Consider that our audience has different academic backgrounds and different degrees of science knowledge. Write in a language that everyone can understand.
News pieces (400 – 700 words) Focus on an event (a discovery, a new law, a price) and tell it objectively. Explain why this event is relevant for the science field, and who is involved. Is it a groundbreaking discovery or a discovery that reinforces what we already know in the field? News pieces are time-relevant.
Interviews (600 – 1000 words) Put into words a friendly conversation with an expert. Fact-check what the person has said.
Reports (800 – 1200 words) Give a personal perspective on a topic that interests you. It does not have to be time-relevant, but it should be original. Be aware and critical of previous articles on the topic.
If you have an idea for a column or want to pitch us a story, just let us know. We are open to new ideas.