Biology and Psychology

Online Research Opportunities


International Youth Neuroscience Association (IYNA) : You can write and publish your own papers here as part of the IYNA journal. You can also be connected to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing neuroscience and be mentored by them.

BioNet: Membership provides various resources such as magazines, training courses and newsletters.

The Helyx Initiative: You can conduct online bioinformatics research, publish your research and learn how to write scientific papers. You can also meet other students and teach each other.

BioInteractive: Learn biology in a fun and interactive way.

Labvanced: Create online experiments.

NEURON: A stimulation environment that will help you explore computational neuroscience.

The Biology Project: Provides an introduction to research and has some intermediate experiments kids can perform.

Neurohackademy: This is a summer school for students interested in neuroimaging and data science. It is held by the University of Washington.

Youth Medical Journal: An international student-run publication dedicated to sharing medical research and journalistic articles written and edited by a team of high school and undergraduate students.

Learn Genetics: Provides introductory information on topics such as epigenetics, genetic disorders, gene therapy, and precision medicine along with fun, interactive virtual labs on DNA extraction, gel electrophoresis, and much more.


Simply Neuroscience: They create resources for high-schoolers interested in neuroscience and psychology. They develop online workshops, online courses and organize internships for students. They also raise mental health awareness and are creating a mentorship network of undergraduates, graduates, and professionals.

PsyToolkit: Design and run experiments or surveys relating to psychology.