Is Scientific American magazine still published?
In print since 1845, it is the oldest continuously published monthly magazine in the United States (though it did not become monthly until 1921)….Scientific American.
|Publisher||Springer Nature (United States)|
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Who owns Scientific American?
Scientific American is published by Springer Nature. The main shareholders of Springer Nature are Holtzbrinck Publishing Group and BC Partners. As a research publisher, Springer Nature is home to other trusted brands including Springer, Nature Research, BMC and Palgrave Macmillan.
Is Scientific American Free to read?
Visitors to our website need a subscription to view our publications. Readers without a subscription will have access to three complimentary articles per month before they are asked to subscribe to any of the Scientific American’s print or digital titles to read further.
Is Scientific American Mind still in print?
Mind Magazine was last published in print in May of 2017. Mind is now a digital-only magazine. When you subscribe to Mind, it includes both online (pdf) issues, and mobile issues available in the Mind app.
What is the oldest magazine still in publication?
The oldest consumer magazine still in print is The Scots Magazine, which was first published in 1739, though multiple changes in ownership and gaps in publication totalling over 90 years weaken that claim.
How much does it cost to subscribe to Scientific American?
$34.99 a year
For $34.99 a year, your Print & Digital Subscription includes monthly delivery of print issues and is accessible on all of your devices via the web and Android and iOS apps.
Is Scientific American magazine peer-reviewed?
It is a well-respected publication despite not being a peer-reviewed scientific journal, such as Nature; rather, it is a forum where scientific theories and discoveries are explained to a wider audience.
Who is the target audience for Scientific American?
In the past, scientists interested in fields outside their own areas of expertise made up the magazine’s target audience. In more recent times, however, the publication has aimed at educated general readers who are interested in scientific issues.
Are Scientific American articles peer-reviewed?
Is the research they cover peer-reviewed? By and large, yes. But it has been peer-reviewed elsewhere, in another form – and has been reported on by a journalist specialising in science, who did not write the original publication or do the experimentation themself but is seeking to expose it to a larger audience.