Dr Hannah James, Jacob Griffith, Dr. Christina Cheung and co-authors published a paper in "Frontiers for Young Mind" describing their research on the application of isotope tracers measured in teeth to document migration and diet.
The article was written for kids but also reviewed by two 12 year olds, who did an excellent job.
Read it here
It is important to communicate in a clear and accurate language complex science concepts to a young audience, this is imperative to attract more young mind to science career. Hanna, Jacob and Christina together with their Australian and Californian colleagues do a fantastic job here. Congratulation to them