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Scientific American Archive Online

Read issues of Scientific American magazine from January 1993 to the present. You can search the archive by keyword, title, author, or date. You can also browse by issue.

PLEASE NOTE: this website indexes Scientific American articles prior to 1993, however the library only offers access to the full-text articles from January 1993 to the present.


Go to Scientific American Archive Online

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