Scientific American Offers Free Access to Coverage of Coronavirus Pandemic

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The coronavirus pandemic is affecting everyday life around the world. It is essential that the public stay up to date on vital information during this continuing crisis. To that end, Scientific American is providing free access to all of their COVID-19 coverage.

Free Access to COVID-19 Coverage

This publication is the award-winning authoritative source for the science discoveries and technology innovations that matter. Normally, a subscription is required to read more than five articles a month on the website. However, their team understands that this extraordinary moment makes it necessary for this reporting to be available to everyone.

Scientific American – a Recent History

In 2004, with brain science rapidly advancing and gaining popular interest, Scientific American launched Scientific American Mind, originally a quarterly magazine and then a bimonthly, under the leadership of then Executive Editor Mariette DiChristina.

In 2009, Mariette DiChristina became the eighth Editor-in-Chief in Scientific American‘s history and the first woman to hold the position. A science journalist for more than 20 years, DiChristina first came to this publication in 2001 as its executive editor, a position she held until her current appointment. She is also the former president (2009 and 2010) of the National Association of Science Writers and has been an adjunct professor at the Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program of New York University. Under DiChristina’s leadership, the magazine has received numerous accolades including a 2011 National Magazine Award for General Excellence. In 2014, DiChristina was honored as a Corporate Visionary during the Folio Top Women in Media Awards ceremony.

Scientific American is a truly global enterprise. Scientific American is published in 14 languages with 9.5 million print and tablet readers worldwide, 10+ million global online unique visitors monthly, and a social media reach of 7+ million.


Gemma Creagh

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