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The article “A Significant Problem” won a writing award from the American Society of Journalists and Authors (2020).

The article “The Brain, Reimagined” was included in the Best American Science and Nature Writing (2019).

The article “Sponge Cities” won an Excellence in Journalism Award from the Renewable Natural Resources Foundation (2019).

The article “Clicks, Lies and Videotape” won a communication award from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine (2019).

The article “Underwater,” also published online as “Surrendering to Rising Seas” won a Science in Society Award from the National Association of Science Writers (2019).

The article “Surrendering to Rising Seas” was cited in a “Climate Change Literature that Made Waves” collection by the Natural Resources Defense Council (2018).

The article “Catching Fever” won an Excellence in Healthcare Journalism Award from the Association of Health Care Journalists (2018).

The article “Journey to Gunland” won an Excellence in Reporting Award from the American Society of Journalists and Authors (2017).

The article “The Art of Saving Relics” was included in the Best American Science and Nature Writing Anthology (2017).

The graphics article “Sleeping Beauties of Science” won a Malofiej Award from the Society for News Design (2017).

The article “23andMe is Terrifying, but Not for the Reasons the FDA Thinks” won a Science in Society Award from the National Association of Science Writers (2014).

The graphic article “Willem Tulp’s Flavor Connection” and “Salvanging the Costa Concordia” won a Malofiej Award from the Society for News Design (2014).

The September 2013 special issue on food won a National Magazine Award from the American Society of Magazine Editors (2014).

The November 2012 issue was a finalist for a Folio Eddie Award (2013).

The article “Witness to the Antarctic Meltdown on a Science in Society Award from the National Association of Science Writers (2013).

Scientific American was named a Social Media Star by Min (2013).

Scientific American was a finalist for a National Magazine Award for General Excellence (2013).

Scientific American’s website was a finalist for a National Magazine Award from the American Society of Magazine Editors (2013)

Scientific American was an honoree in the Webby Awards for the Science category (2013).

Scientific American was an honoree in the Webby Awards for the Radio & Podcasts category (2013).

Scientific American won three bronze medals in the Malofiej International Infographics Summit and Awards (2013).

The article “Mind in Danger” won a June Roth Award for Medical Journalism from the American Society of Journalists and Authors (2013).

The article “Journey to the Exoplanets” was a Webby Honoree (2012).

The article “What is Propofol—and How Could It Have Killed Michael Jackson” won a Philip S. Weintraub Media Award from the American Society of Anesthesiologists (2012).

The article “Ban Chimp Testing” won a Science in Society Award from the National Association of Science Writers (2012).

The article “Exctinction Countdown” won an Animal Action Award from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (2012).

Scientific American was a Webby nominee in the Radio & Podcasts category (2012).

Scientific American won a Webby Award in the science category (2012).

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