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Science News magazine is a popular educational publication for those of all ages. In each issue, you will find interesting and informative articles about a wide array of topics. There are subjects ranging from the body and the brain to math and technology. It does not matter what your particular interests are, you will find articles that you will enjoy in every issue that you read.

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Science News magazine is a popular educational publication for those of all ages. In each issue, you will find interesting and informative articles about a wide array of topics. There are subjects ranging from the body and the brain to math and technology. It does not matter what your particular interests are, you will find articles that you will enjoy in every issue that you read.

The Earth and Cosmos

Science News magazine provides you with great features about a large variety of topics. In each issue, there is information regarding new discoveries about the earth and the environment, atoms, energy, the cosmos, matter, and many other interesting topics. Regardless of whether you are a scientist or not, you will enjoy learning more about all branches of science with the help of this publication.

Math and Technology

In addition to learning about many scientific topics, you can also read a wide array of articles related to the latest advancements in mathematics and technology. Every issue of Science News magazine will provide you with access to features about all the inventions of the computer age and how they have, and continue, to improve the lives of everyone. You will find each article interesting and will be glad to have a subscription to this informative resource.

Humans and Society  

Science News magazine also has many features about humans and how they function. In every issue, you will be able to read about the human body, the brain, genetics, cells, evolution, and even about society as a whole. The articles in each issue of your new subscription will intrigue you and inspire you to continue learning about the various topics!

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It's ok, but the articles often lack depth and remain too much on the surface. Good science articles combine excitement with in depth expalnation of the subject. This is too often lacking.


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If you are interested in having an overview of the most significant developments in a variety of disciplines, SN offers quality science journalism as it has done for many decades. Every issue brief overview of recent developments in a variety of areas plus 2 or 3 feature articles that delve more deeply into particular topics as well as sometimes thought provoking editorial. I gave it 4 stars instead of 5, because I think the Fire tablet interface could be better. It should be possible to see the entire table of contents on a single page and select the articles you are interested in.


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Science News puts even the most arcane but impactful scientific announcements and developments into laymen's language that's relatable to real life, often (if not always!) citing peer professionals to back up the stories. This is one subscription I've tried to maintain throughout my life ever since a very influential (on me) high school teacher introduced it to me (believe me, that's been a long time!); the other being The New Yorker. These are very good reads.


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I have depended on Science News to keep me updated on advances in all the sciences for almost 30 years. It has become more more important to me as, one after another, the other popular but serious science magazines have turned into "pop-science rags" or went out of business altogether. The Kindle version is wonderful. However, my Paper-White Kindle doesn't do the graphics justice, so I often have to turn to a tablet or PC to really view graphs and charts.