Not Your Father’s Scientific American

The pop­u­lar sci­ence mag­a­zine, Sci­en­tif­ic Amer­i­can, has been around a long time, since 1845 in fact. That makes it the old­est peri­od­i­cal in con­tin­u­ous pub­li­ca­tion in the Unit­ed States. Now, the mag­a­zine that your great-great-great grand­fa­ther read has launched a new web­site called 60 Sec­ond Sci­ence. Based on Sci­en­tif­ic Amer­i­can’s dai­ly pod­cast that’s also called 60 Sec­ond Sci­ence (iTunesFeedWeb Site), the new site gets updat­ed 12 times a day, and it fea­tures its own audio/video pod­casts, links to key Sci­Am arti­cles and oth­er good stuff. Have a look, and don’t for­get to check out our broad­er col­lec­tion of Sci­ence Pod­casts.

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