Scientific American to be included in the Life Sciences collection
Dear colleague,

JSTOR is pleased to announce that we have signed a new agreement to include Scientific American in JSTOR.

First published in 1845, Scientific American is the longest continuously published magazine in the US. The magazine has published articles by more than 150 Nobel Prize-winning scientists and built a loyal following of influential and forward-thinking readers. The archives of Scientific American include articles penned by Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Jonas Salk, Marie Curie, Stephen Hawking, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Stephen Jay Gould, Bill Gates, and more.

Scientific American is being included in the JSTOR Life Sciences collection; the full run of the journal from 1845 to 2012 will be available, with new content added each year. The addition of Scientific American expands JSTOR's coverage of a broad range of scientific fields, and will additionally benefit interdisciplinary researchers working across the humanities and social sciences.

Please note that even with the addition of this content, fees for the Life Sciences collection remain unchanged.

Scientific American is now available on JSTOR. Learn more here, or feel free to contact with any questions.

Kind regards,

Sarah Glasser
Director, Marketing

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