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Scientific American

Providing unique insights and newest developments in science and technology since 1845.



Ranked: 30th in Magazine Pages (by Followers)

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Ranked: 1086th in English Pages (by Followers)

Ranked: 1097th in English Most Engaging This Week (by Engagement)

Ranked: 1169th in English Pages (by +1's)

Ranked: 1559th in Pages (by Followers)

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About 9 weeks ago Happy Darwin Day tomorrow! Here's some hope on Americans' acceptance of evolutionary theory.
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About 10 weeks ago Helpful information graphics and information posters illustrate our current predicament on Earth.
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About 13 weeks ago The oldest hipster on record is 375-million years old and built like an old Volvo, with rear-wheel drive. 
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About 10 weeks ago Our latest column by tech guru David Poge.
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About 6 weeks ago The Exosuit—a two-meter, 240-kilogram “atmospheric diving system”—allows a diver to explore up to 305 meters down without succumbing to the cold and intense pressure, which is 30 times greater than at the surface. More than providing protection, the Exosuit features 1.6-horsepower foot-controlled thrusters and 18 rotary joints in the arms and legs to provide a freedom of movement impossible to achieve in even the most nimble submersible.
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About 10 weeks ago We can now be wired for thought. Proceed with caution.
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About 1 week ago Until recently, researchers modeled how electrons moved in cathodes and anodes using the Butler-Volmer equation, which describes how electrical currents respond to electrical potentials.
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About 1 week ago "On a scale of 1 to 10, this is an 11..." What you need to know about the Internet's disaster.
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About 6 weeks ago Even Einstein was wrong once in a while.
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About 8 weeks ago Would you buy a solar car manufactured by one of the "Big Three" automakers?