CSIRO brings out new science mag for kids

By Grant Jacobs 21/06/2015


Parents (grandparents, uncles, aunts, …) may like to note that CSIRO[1] has brought out a new science magazine for kids, Double Helix.

DoubeHelix-cover1-300pxThere’s a Facebook page and a web page with details on subscription costs and an order page (until 31 August 2015 introductory prices of $49 (single subscription, 8 editions) or $370 (10-copy bulk subscription) are available).

The magazine is targeted at kids and early teens.

I covered their earlier magazines, Scientriffic and Helixon Code for Life in 2012.

I don’t know if intend to bring back the Double Helix Club that some have reminisced about on their Facebook page.

Footnotes

1. Australia’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.

Other articles on Code for life:

Striking the flame of science in kids

Scientific baking. Great for those lab meetings or kids’ parties.

Bionic ears let the deaf hear

Teaching kids critical thinking

Haemophilia – towards a cure using genetic engineering