Since 1956, New Scientist magazine has been keeping readers up to date with the latest science and technology news from around the world. With a network of correspondents and editorial offices worldwide, we have a global reach that no other science magazine can match. New Scientist currently has nearly 1 million worldwide readers every week.
New Scientist is widely read by both scientists and non scientists as a way of keeping track of scientific and technological progress. Many science articles in the general press are based on its contents, as New Scientist covers the social and cultural impacts and consequences of scientific and technological discovery, not just the underlying science. The magazine carries regular features, news and commentary on environmental issues and is an acknowledged source of evidenced information from the scientific community.