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Scientific American

Scientific American is a magazine for a general, scientifically-literate reader on issues and developments in science and technology. (There is a Wikipedia article about this serial.)

Publication History

Scientific American began publication with the August 28, 1845 issue, as a weekly serial. A new series, numbered again from Volume 1, began with the July 2, 1859 issue. It went to monthly publication for the November 1921 issue (ending a separate monthly serial that had started with a January 1920 issue). The first actively copyright-renewed issue is April 1930 (v. 142 no. 4). The first actively copyright-renewed contribution is from August 1928. (More details) The magazine is still published today on a monthly basis.

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