Undergraduate Science is an award-winning academic journal for students at the University of Exeter. It works to showcase the excellent work being carried out by undergraduate scientists, covering the whole of CLES (College of Life and Environmental Sciences) and CEMPS (College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences). In September 2018, UEMS (University of Exeter Medical School) also joined to further expand the knowledge sharing and exchange.

As a result of our involvement in the ‘Students As Change Agents’ project, we were awarded SACA Project of the year in the VP Education Awards 2017.


Our founders, Peter Joyce (left), and Liam Taylor (right), accepting SACA Project of the Year 2017.

Our first issue, featuring 14 articles across a range of disciplines, was published on the 4th May 2017. This release received a tremendous amount of support from across the University.  This success has continued, and the Journal has now entered it’s third academic year of publication.

We are always looking for submissions of high quality work, both for the Journal and for our online blog. If you are interested in writing an article for undergraduate science journal and getting your work published, check out our submission guideline page for more details.

To contact us, please email us at STEMJournal@exeter.ac.uk

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