Science journalist, author and Nature editor Adam Rutherford talks about new book Creation: How Science Is Reinventing Life Itself, which looks at the science of the origin of life and at the emerging science of synthetic biology.
We have launched a new and improved search page for ScientificAmerican.com. We started by researching how other sites handle search. The majority of the web sites we reviewed use Google for their site search but we found some good examples on U.K.
What is time? It begins, it ends, it s real, it s an illusion. It s the ultimate paradox. Scientific American has been covering different aspects of this subject ever since the beginning.
Scientific American Reader edition in Google Currents as viewed on an iPad Scientific American is excited to work with Google on the launch of their new Reader App for smart phones and tablets, Google Currents (only available in the U.S.
In a previous post I introduced Scientific American ‘s new slide show pages and teased that our video page redesign would be next to launch. Today I’m pleased to announce that our new video pages are live.
The staff at Scientific American's New York City office felt the August 23 earthquake and quickly snapped some shots of the scene in Manhattan
Scientific American‘s Web site is always evolving, as you probably have noticed. Our site has undergone a redesign every year since I started working here in 2007, two of which were major upgrades.
A satellite imaging company provides clear new pix of features on Earth's surface as India mulls the role played by such imagery in the deadly Mumbai attacks