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Scientific American
A magazine cover depicting a photorealistic view of the Earth, inserted into a melted ice cube, with the magazines masthead at top and a headline between the masthead and the Earth reading "Did Humans Stop an ICE AGE?" Beneath the headline in smaller type is the subheading "8,000 years of global warming"
Sampul bulan Maret 2005
Kategori Sains populer
Frekuensi Bulanan
Total sirkulasi
(2012)
476,867[1]
Terbitan pertama 28 Agustus 1845 (1845-8-28)
Perusahaan Nature Publishing Group
Negara Amerika Serikat
Bahasa Inggris
Situs web scientificamerican.com
ISSN 0036-8733

Scientific American (singkatan informal: SciAm) adalah sebuah majalah sains populer. Majalah ini terkenal karena sering menampilkan informasi ilmiah setiap bulan kepada masyarakat umum melalui perhatian yang besar terhadap kejelasan teksnya, serta kualitas grafis warna istimewanya. Banyak ilmuwan ternama seperti Albert Einstein menyumbang artikel ke majalah ini selama 167 tahun sejarahnya. Scientific American adalah majalah bulanan tertua yang masih terbit di Amerika Serikat.

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  1. ^ ABC
  2. ^ "A Century of Progress". Time. January 1, 1945. Diakses 2008-07-15. "Present editor and publisher (third in the line) is Orson Desaix Munn, 61, a patent lawyer, crack bird hunter and fisherman, rumba fancier, familiar figure in Manhattan café society." 
  3. ^ Santora, Marc (January 17, 2005). "Dennis Flanagan, 85, Editor of Scientific American for 37 Years". New York Times. Diakses 2008-04-01. "Dennis Flanagan, who as editor of Scientific American magazine helped foster science writing for the general reader, died at his home in Manhattan on Friday. He was 85. The cause of death was prostate cancer, according to his wife, Barbara Williams Flanagan. Mr. Flanagan, who worked at Scientific American for more than three decades beginning in 1947, teamed editors directly with working scientists, publishing pieces by leading figures like Albert Einstein, Linus Pauling and J. Robert Oppenheimer." 
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  • Lewenstein, Bruce V. "Magazine Publishing and Popular Science After World War II". American Journalism (1989) 6 (4): 218–34. 

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