Science provides vital information for society, yet it is hard to access for audiences outside of academia. There has long been a communication gap between research and wider society, as well as the arts. Science communication (scicomm) and SciArt fill this gap, while helping us all understand our planet and human society while facing the climate crisis and global health issues.

 

That's why at NatureVolve our community of science communicators, researchers and artists, unite to communicate valuable ideas about nature and our place on the planet to the world. Members contribute to NatureVolve digital magazine by sharing their personal stories, inspirations and insights about their creative scicomm projects. Through the creativity of the arts, we make science open, understandable and engaging with diverse worldwide audiences.

 

Membership lasts 3 months, beginning with preparations for the article, receiving editorial guidelines, announcements on social media (>11K followers), publication in the magazine (>3K subscribers), a blog article and profile with links on NatureVolve's site.

Scicomm membership:
Artistically share science ideas with the world

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How to join

Scicomm creatives illustrating key aspects about the natural world or our place on the planet that align with the themes of our issues are welcome. If you have been invited to contribute to NatureVolve with a story about your particular scicomm project, you qualify to sign up right away as a Scicomm Member. This gets the process started for the creation of the story by the upcoming content deadline, securing a place in the publication.

Membership perks include:

  • Be a part of our unique science-art community.

  • Be the first to get exclusive updates.

  • Covers all publication costs of article in magazine.

  • Editorial guidance.

  • Blog and social media announcements.

  • Permanent profile and links on NatureVolve site.

  • Access archive of all previous NatureVolve issues.

  • Scicomm membership

    £22
    Every month
    Ideal for small Scicomm projects. Cancel any time.
    Valid for 3 months
    • Engage fully with our science-art community

Membership fees are kept affordable so we can make NatureVolve easily accessible. As an independent creative community, we fully rely on these for covering the costs of our editorial, design, publication and distribution costs, as well as keeping NatureVolve digital magazine open-access.

Sophie Bee Art NatureVolve

Sophie Bee Art NatureVolve - SciArt

Leslie Holt NeuroBlooms Art NatureVolve

Leslie Holt NeuroBlooms Art published in the Scicomm section of NatureVolve

Dinosaurcomics - NatureVolve

Dinosaurcomics interview published in Paleoart section of NatureVolve magazine

SciArt jewelry celebrating covid survivors.

SciArt jewelry celebrating covid survivors in NatureVolve.

Medical illustration in NatureVolve

Medical, surgical illustration in NatureVolve

Conservation Interview peatlands

Conservation Interview peatlands in NatureVolve

What contributors have said

Kerry McPherson

@KerrySilvaMcph   

BoldedScience.com

"NatureVolve is a wonderful online magazine that allows scientists the opportunity to communicate with creativity. I highly recommend that others work with NatureVolve to promote their science and ideas, it's fun and easy!" 

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When is the article publication, how does that fit in with membership?

Your membership ends in month 3 - the same month of the magazine publication. Up till then will be social media announcements and preparations for the article.

Why is a membership fee required?

NatureVolve is an entirely independent community relying on membership fees to distribute our publication freely to others, helping to make science more accessible for diverse communities. The fees are kept affordable so there is no barrier of entry to contribute, though they are used to cover our editorial, design, distribution and overall publication costs.