Cover of The Helix issue 158 with a picture of the Karlu Karlu granite boulders found in the Northern Territory

Finding the bones of Ned Kelly in issue 158 of The Helix

The Helix: a science magazine for teens

The Helix is perfect for teens with an interest in science and who want to learn more.

  • 1 October 2011 | Updated 3 October 2014

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The Helix is perfect for teens with an interest in science and who want to learn more. The Helix spans the sciences from astronomy and the environment to chemistry and cutting-edge technology.

Every issue includes interesting feature articles, real life stories, hands-on activities, puzzles and giveaways.

Still not convinced? Take a look at a sample article from The Helix.

Sample article from The Helix magazine

The Helix is a science magazine for teens by CSIRO's Double Helix. Take a look at a sample article about family health, genes and inheritance.

Learn more about the CSIRO Double Helix club.

The Helix is extremely popular with primary and high school students (ten years old and above), and is an excellent way to introduce kids to science. Younger readers may wish to read Scientriffic: a science magazine for kids.