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Science and Invention

Science and Invention was the name during the 1920s and 1930s of a popular technology magazine founded by Hugo Gernsback and edited by him until 1929. The magazine also ran science fiction stories.

Publication History

Science and Invention began in 1913 as The Electrical Experimenter. By 1918, the subtitle "Science and Invention" appeared as a cover subtitle, and it became simply "Science and Invention" in 1920. (Issues published under the Electrical Experimenter name are listed separately.) No issue copyright renewals exist for this magazine, but active copyright renewals exist for some contributions, beginning in the October 1924 issue. The magazine ran until 1931.

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