Scientific American, the oldest continuously published magazine in the U.S., has been bringing its readers unique insights about developments in science and technology for more than 160 years. It is the leading source and authority for science, technology information and policy for a general audience. In an era of rapid innovation, Scientific American founded the first branch of the U.S. Patent Agency, in 1850, to provide technical help and legal advice to inventors. A Washington, D.C., branch was added in 1859. By 1900 more than 100,000 inventions had been patented thanks to Scientific American. * Read in print by 3.5 million worldwide consumers * On average, 2.7 million unique users visit ScientificAmerican.com every month * 14 local language editions worldwide, including the U.S. edition of Scientific American, read in more than 30 countries, with a worldwide audience of more than 5 million people * A third of Scientific American readers hold postgraduate degrees * 144 Nobel Prize Scientists have contributed 234 articles to Scientific American * Part of Macmillan Publishers, owned by Holtzbrinck Group of companies; acquired by Holtzbrinck in 1986 * Three Scientific American features in the Federal Record * Scientific American won the 2011 National Magazine Award for General Excellence.
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