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NatureVolve is a free digital magazine that engages the world in the stories and insights of scientists, conservationists and creatives.
On the same platforms as STEM researchers, artists inspired by nature showcase their artworks in the magazine, whether paintings, digital art, SciArt, scicomm projects, sculpture, craft or even poetry.
Why bring art and science together?
We see a key connection between science and art, since creativity boosts science communication, whether it be through story-telling, design, illustration, presentation or even video or audio.
In addition to bringing scientists and artists together onto one platform, there are many advantages in promoting cross-collaboration among different STEM disciplines, as research can easily lead to a specialism that is isolated from other disciplines.
This is why NatureVolve is in partnership with Art Science News, to collectively bridge the divides between the arts and sciences that have been in place for decades.
Science communication for the public
Scientists and researchers are under ever increasing pressure to publish and be understood, just as much as the public needs science to be communicated the right way. That is why we share the work of scientists in an engaging, relatable way with wider international audiences. This widens the pool of readers who may discover and comprehend niche research and published studies.
Free digital magazine
NatureVolve magazine is free to read! We contribute to open-access publishing, so that information can be freely shared with wider public groups, including, and importantly, under-represented communities. To make an impact, the digital magazine is shared with libraries, schools, travel outlets, digital apps and more outlets.
Our stories are also shared on our sister science communication platform - Art Science News. We would like to thank all community members, readers, institutions, universities and the STEM Advocacy Institute for their support in our mission to share science with the world through creative expression and the arts.
Art gallery and SciArt articles
We have a section specialising in Science Communication (Scicomm) sharing the projects of those focused on breaking communication gaps between the sciences and the public.
Artist and writer's submissions
Our Art and Written Word sections give creatives a platform to share their inspirations from nature. Widening their reach this way, so more can enjoy their creations and ideas, challenges the conventional arts industries which can otherwise be very closed, and non-inclusive with high barriers to entry. Our science-art community values the art pieces that beautifully illustrate our magazine.