Scientific American

Scientific American

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Scientific American is a popular-science magazine, published monthly since August 28, 1845, making it the oldest continuously published magazine in the United States. It brings articles about new and innovative research to the amateur and lay audience. Scientific American (informally abbreviated to "SciAm") roughly has a monthly circulation of 555,000 US and 90,000 international as of December 2005.[1] Though a well-respected magazine, it is not a peer-reviewed scientific journal in the sense of Nature or Communications of the ACM; rather, it is a forum where scientific theories and ... More » (Source: Wikipedia)

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Media: Magazine
Audience: Large audience (500K-1M) (English)
Political Viewpoint: Neutral viewpoint
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Edited By: Kaizar Campwala
Last Edit: Nov 9, 2009 - 5:03 AM PST
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Top Topics: Sci/Tech (261), Health (112), World (94), Politics (80), Psychology (74), Business (67), Climate Change (60), Energy (55), Environment (50), U.S. (42), Science (41), Global Warming (30), Living (30), Biology (25), Green Technology (20)...
Top Authors: David Biello (28), Larry Greenemeier (8), Jonah Lehrer (7), Nikhil Swaminathan (6), Jr Minkel (6), Katherine Harmon (5), Michael Shermer (5), Jesse Bering (5), Mark Fischetti (4), Melinda Wenner (4), Robert Nadeau (4), Christopher Mims (4), Steve Mirsky (4), Frederik Joelving (3), George Musser (3)...
Top Formats: Special Report (81), News Report (80), News (41), Opinion (31), Review (29), Research (13), Interview (10), News Analysis (8), Investigative Report (5), Editorial (3), Not Sure (1), Comment (1)
 

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