About New Scientist magazine
New Scientist is the world’s most popular weekly science and technology publication. Our website, app and print editions cover international news from a scientific standpoint, and ask the big-picture questions about life, the universe and what it means to be human. If someone in the world has a good idea, you will read about it in New Scientist.
Since the magazine was founded in 1956 for “all those interested in scientific discovery and its social consequences”, it has expanded to include newsletters, videos, podcasts, courses and live events in the UK, US and Australia, including New Scientist Live, the world’s greatest festival of science. New Scientist is based in London, UK, with offices in the US and Australia.
In a time when facts are in short supply, there has never been a greater need for a trusted, impartial source of information about what is going on in the world – or a greater need for inspiration through exceptional ideas.
From artificial intelligence to climate change, from the latest innovations in health to the mysteries of quantum physics and the human mind, New Scientist covers the ideas and innovations that matter. We talk to researchers at the cutting edge, separate fact from fiction and distil it all into an intelligible, need-to-know digest.
New Scientist covers the latest news from all areas of science, from the covid-19 pandemic to space travel and quantum physics. We provide a balanced, impartial viewpoint on the biggest stories as they happen to give you the facts you need. With news articles added to the New Scientist website daily and the largest stories covered in the magazine every week, you are always up to date.
In every issue of New Scientist, you get exclusive features that dive deep into the most interesting new developments, from the origins of humanity to health and technological advances. Written by specialists in the field, these features present the latest developments in an accessible way, so you don’t have to be an expert to enjoy them. Subscribers have access to all of our magazine features on our website and app, so you can stay informed wherever you are.
A New Scientist subscription gives you exclusive access to four free virtual subscriber-only events per year. Previous events have included New Scientist’s Christmas special and Reporting a Pandemic, both of which are available on demand. These events see our editorial team delve into the topics that matter most to you.
New Scientist also runs other virtual events and evening lectures throughout the year where celebrated experts discuss the most interesting subjects from all branches of science. These events and one-day masterclasses will help you truly understand the world around you and discover brand new areas of interest. In addition, subscribers have access to exclusive digital events throughout the year for even more great content.
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