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New Scientist Magazine

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52 issues per year.
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Current Issue

23/01/2021,  released 21/01/2021
(7 in stock)

Features: Lithium Batteries, COVID 19

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Next Issue: 27/02/2021, Due:25/02/2021
Quite possibly the world’s leading popular science magazine, New Scientist is a hugely impressive, intelligent and insightful publication that is perfect for anyone fascinated by the world around them.

Each issue of this great weekly mag brings you all the news from the world of science, covering every discipline such as physics, biology, chemistry and some wonderfully advanced ideas such as quantum mechanics and string theory. This deeply fascinating mag covers technology and application as well as theory, offers features on exciting new research and great thought-provoking opinion pieces. New Scientist is superbly written, features great design and photography throughout and is accessible to anyone interested in science, regardless of their level of knowledge or qualifications.

Buy a single copy of NEW SCIENTIST or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).

Science is the future. There is no arguing with that; as we move ever forward into an uncertain future (we occasionally wander round the streets, grabbing people by the shoulders and saying ‘It’s 2012!” – you might remember an old episode of The Simpsons where Lisa gets married – that was set in 2010, two years ago, and there were androids for goodness sake!) we will become a race ever more intertwined with technology and dependent upon science.

It is a shame, therefore, that the vast majority of people get their fix of scientific knowledge and news through the newspapers, a form of media that hasn’t always covered science particularly well (although The Guardian does a pretty decent job nowadays). You will find far more fascinating reading and in-depth analysis of science in the New Scientist, where science is given the space it needs to consider stories beyond a superficial level of “Researchers from ‘X’ University have discovered that ‘Y’ does ‘Z’”, something all too common. There is no critical analysis of science in the newspapers, simply an unquestioning acceptance or outraged pouring of vitriol at the idea that scientists say one thing and then have the audacity to change their mind when new evidence arises! How dare they have a different view now to the past, that must mean they were lying before!

Science deserves our respect and our attention, and New Scientist is a fantastic example of science journalism done right. NB


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