New Scientist, in association with IPSEN, wants to find out. Take part in our survey and help us learn how to inspire more young minds into careers in science and healthcare.
8 March 2021
The innovation of tomorrow will be driven by the new generation of young minds. But what do young people really think about science? What do they like about science, what do they dislike, and what would put them off a career in science or healthcare?
Help us find out.
We want you to answer if you are aged 16-21. If you have children aged 7 to 15 please would you fill out the survey with them. We will be publishing the results in a forthcoming issue of New Scientist.
The questionnaire takes up to 10 minutes to complete. The information you give will only be used in aggregate and your views will be completely confidential in accordance with the UK Market Research Society’s Code of Conduct.
You can complete the survey here.
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