Why do we write?

We belive that with the crazy speed the world is developping it is vital that people should understand everything thats going on around them. By simply knowing whats going on around you thousands of ideas can cultivate themselves in your brain which might leed to a facination, a new angle to approach a task or even a new career.

We are a group of students who want to solve this by giving you up to date news about all the latest dicoveries and innovations in a simple and easy to understand form.

Our Journey

Who are we?

Alexandre Jaczynski

Alexandre Jaczynski

Co-Founder & Web Administrator

I am 17 years old and working in my final year of the IB. I am aiming to study engineering and then oceanography in further study.

I like to invent and create VFX and motion graphics in my spare time. I hope to incorporate educational motion graphics videos on Quarksnews soon.

When creating the website, along with Edward, I learnt to persevere and look at a variety of solutions to the problems faced. This website is an opportunity to learn and convey my passion for nature and science to others.

Ed Lawrence

Ed Lawrence

Co-Founder & Web Administrator

I yearn to fully understand whats around and that is what drives my passion for the sciences.
I am 17 years old, currently in my final year of the IB and hope to study chemistry and then physical chemistry in univeristy.
I started the site back in 2017 with my co founder, Alex, becuse I wanted to share my enthusiasim with the world and could not think of a better way of doing so than a public science news website. The website has developed my skills as a writer and a scientist and I look forward to delivering more articles as often as I can.

Do you want to become a writer?

If you love our website and wish to contribute you can!

If you send us a copy of you CV, this should include relevant information regarding your writing and science experiance, we will reply with more information regarding the job. This reply will most likely be to ask for an article that you have written for the site to show your abilities as a scientific journalist. We would like to make it clear that at the momment writers will be unpaid due to the sites early stages of its life, yet a job as a writer here will allow for regcognition, practise, along with getting you a place in the site once it becomes more profitable.

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