|description||Popular science journal|
|publishing company||Nature Publishing Group (United States)|
|Headquarters||New York City|
|First edition||August 28, 1845|
|Frequency of publication||per month|
Initially, the magazine dealt with new patents that were registered in the USA. Later one turned to scientific work, which, edited accordingly, is presented in an understandable way to the broader public. Renowned scientists such as B. Albert Einstein , have published articles there.
Chief Editor ( English editor-in-chief ) from 1994 to 2009 John Rennie and from 2009 to September 2019 Mariette DiChristina . Laura Helmuth has been editor-in-chief since April 2020. Well-known columnists include a. Kate Marvel .
Scientific American Supplement
Scientific American magazine published a weekly issue from 1876 to 1919.
- Stories by Mariette DiChristina
- THE EDITOR: Scientific American Endorses Joe Biden. Retrieved September 16, 2020 (English).
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- Archive with some issues of the Scientific American Supplement (English)