Science News offers readers a concise, current and comprehensive overview of the latest scientific research in all fields and applications of science and technology.
Science News is edited for an educated readership of professionals, scientists and other science enthusiasts. Written by a staff of experienced science journalists, it treats science as news, reporting accurately and placing findings in perspective. Science News and its writers have won many awards for their work; here's a list of many of them.
Published since 1922, the biweekly print publication reaches about 90,000 dedicated subscribers and is available via the Science News app on Android, Apple and Kindle Fire devices. Updated continuously online, the Science News website attracted over 12 million unique online viewers in 2016.
Science News is published by the Society for Science & the Public, a nonprofit 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to the public engagement in scientific research and education.
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Our organization may consider donations to support the coverage of particular topics, but our organization maintains editorial control of the coverage. We will cede no right of review or influence of editorial content, nor of unauthorized distribution of editorial content.
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We make every effort to ensure the accuracy of all information in the articles we publish. If we find or learn of an error, we will correct it as soon as possible and add a note to the story explaining the changes that have been made. If you spot an error in a story on our website, in the magazine or in any Science News product, please e-mail email@example.com.
Science News Staff
Editor, Special Projects - Elizabeth Quill
News Director - Macon Morehouse
Digital Director - Kate Travis
Features Editor - Cori Vanchieri
Managing Editor, Magazine - Erin Wayman
Deputy News Editor - Katy Daigle
Associate Editor - Emily DeMarco
Associate Editor - Cassie Martin
Associate Digital Editor - Helen Thompson
Audience Engagement Editor - Mike Denison
Astronomy - Lisa Grossman
Behavioral Sciences - Bruce Bower
Biomedicine - Aimee Cunningham
Earth & Climate - Carolyn Gramling
Life Sciences - Susan Milius
Molecular Biology, Senior Writer - Tina Hesman Saey
Neuroscience - Laura Sanders
Physics - Emily Conover
Technology - Maria Temming
Staff Writer - Laurel Hamers
Editorial Assistant - Kyle Plantz
Science Writer Intern - Jennifer Leman
Contributing Correspondents - Laura Beil, Tom Siegfried, Alexandra Witze
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