Submitted by malcolm.morgan on Tue, 13/11/2012 - 18:57
We are having some technical problems, so article submission is currently blocked.
We are working to get the site back to normal ASAP.
Thank you for your Patience.
Submitted by malcolm.morgan on Thu, 16/09/2010 - 07:41
Unfortunately we have been experiencing a lot of spam recently on the comments section, while we have been deleting the spam and blocking the accounts of the spammers it does not seem to have deterred them.
Therefore we have removed the ability to post clickable links in the comments for normal users, you will still be able to type in full urls e.g. www.ysjournal.com but they will not automatically become clickable links. It is hoped this will make the comments an unattractive way to post spam.
Apologies for the inconvenience
Submitted by malcolm.morgan on Wed, 16/09/2009 - 12:05
This morning on the Today program there was an interesting piece on the quality of science journalism. For our non UK audience the Today program is breakfast news and comment show on BBC Radio 4.
Submitted by malcolm.morgan on Thu, 10/09/2009 - 13:36
In a brilliant example of old technology outdoing its replacement a ho
Submitted by malcolm.morgan on Wed, 22/07/2009 - 13:28
With the celebrations of the Apollo Moon landings in recent days many people have been discussing the future of manned space travel. I am far to young to have witnessed the Moon landings myself, but everybody I speak to about it talks of the excitement of seeing those grainy pictures of men walking on the moon.
Submitted by malcolm.morgan on Fri, 17/07/2009 - 10:08
As you may have noticed, the website has gone under a significant redesign over the last few days.
Submitted by malcolm.morgan on Wed, 20/05/2009 - 20:42
One of the things I often asked when I was at school was "When will we ever use this?"
It was a regular problem for our teachers that often the abstract science and maths we learnt would have little use outside the classroom. However some of it is useful and here I present a case study.