Spectrum of science publishing company

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The Scientific American publishing company based in Heidelberg is the publishing group Springer Nature belonging Verlag , the magazines on various, mostly science published topics. In addition to the magazine Spektrum der Wissenschaft, which has been published since 1978, this includes the following issue series:

In the spectrum library book series , 37 volumes were published between 1984 and 1993.

Pure online publications are the scientific weekly newspaper Spektrum.de - Die Woche and the series Spektrum Kompakt , which bundles articles from print and online on current topics.

The publisher operates the online science portal Spektrum.de (formerly Wissenschaft-Online ) and the scientific blog portal SciLogs , on which scientists and journalists publish. The authors include the mathematician Günter Ziegler , the climate researcher Stefan Rahmstorf , the linguist Anatol Stefanowitsch (until 2012), the religious scholar Michael Blume and the palaeon suite Reinhold Leinfelder .

In 2010 the publisher developed the AcademiaNet excellence database together with the Robert Bosch Stiftung .

A spin-off founded in 1991 and now sold is Spektrum Akademischer Verlag (SAV), which has a turnover of 7 million euros with 700 predominantly German-language scientific books and three magazines ( e.g. BIOSpektrum ) (as of 2006).

The publisher was formerly called Spektrum der Wissenschaft mbH .

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