About Knowridge Science Report
Knowridge Science Report is an independent online magazine that publishes science, technology, medicine, earth and space news, discoveries and stories.
It was founded in Sydney, Australia in 2016 and now is managed in Hobart, Australia.
Knowridge Science Report aims to connect the science community with the public and help people gain knowledge and live better. To achieve this goal, Knowridge Science Report selects and publishes the most innovative and inspiring research news from universities and research institutes worldwide.
Knowridge Science Report mission: Bring science to the public
The word Knowridge® is a combination of words “knowledge” and “bridge”. The goal of Knowridge Science Report is to become the bridge between the science world and the public.
Therefore, Knowridge Science Report’s audience includes not only scientists, researchers, engineers, and doctors, but also people who are not in the research field but have an interest in science.
To fulfill this mission, Knowridge Science Report carefully selects and publishes scientific research findings, experts’ opinions, and advice that are highly inspiring or close to people’s daily life experiences. In this way, Knowridge Science Report can bring the newest scientific knowledge to the public.
Besides publishing research findings from universities and other research institutes, Knowridge Science Report also accepts and publishes articles from university researchers who have strong interests and experiences in writing science for the public. For more information, please see the Submit page.
Since launched in 2016, Knowridge Science Report has been linked to hundreds of universities, research institutes, professional associations, and reference sources. The research news published on Knowridge Science Report has been widely shared on social media platforms.
Editor-in-chief Dr. Jane Yang and her team are committed to fulfilling the mission of Knowridge Science Report.
Jane Yang holds a Ph.D. in Psychology and has seven years of research experience in New York, California, and Sydney. She has published more than 20 research articles in international peer-reviewed journals and has served as a reviewer/editorial board member for more than 10 academic journals in her field. After finishing her research work, she decided to follow her passion for writing science and health for the public. She joined Knowridge Science Report in 2017 as the editor-in-chief.
Knowridge Science Report offers all articles to the public at no charge. Contents on Knowridge Science Report are for educational and entertaining purposes only. Knowridge Science Report is not intended to provide medical or other professional advice. All views and opinions expressed in the articles and videos do not reflect those of Knowridge Science Report.