Congratulations to Ezra Loeb '18, Abbie Svoysky, and members of their staff on the inaugural issue of the Bohr-Franklin Scientific Journal: CESJDS Proceedings on Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Mathematics.
The students of our school are full of the intellectual curiosity and innovative creativity that characterize success in all scientific fields. We have created this journal with the mission of showcasing their talents and cultivating an appreciation for scientific inquiry, learning, and growth in our community.
The Bohr-Franklin Scientific Journal is named after Drs. Niels Bohr (1885-1962) and Rosalind Franklin (1920-1958), two exceptional Jewish scientists known for their significant contributions to physics and biology. As an inclusive journal, Bohr-Franklin seeks all types of scientific work from CESJDS students of all ages. Biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics are among the fields represented by our students' diverse interests. From lab reports and current events to independent research projects and codes, Bohr-Franklin presents a variety of students' scientific work in order to promote the maximum inquiry, learning, and growth in our community. The journal further offers our team of dedicated student editors and peer reviewers the opportunity delve into the scientific process while learning about scientific publications.