Established in 1956, New Scientist is the fastest-growing and bestselling science magazine in the world, reaching over three million readers in print and digital. Its series of accessible popular science books, which debuted in 1994, has sold well over two million copies worldwide.
by Jeremy Webb and New Scientist
It turns out that almost nothing is as curious—or as enlightening—as, well, nothing. What is nothingness? Where can it be found? The writers of the world’s top-selling science magazine investigate—from the big bang, dark energy, and the void to superconductors, … Continue reading →
by Mick O'Hare and New Scientist
New Scientist magazine’s beloved “Last Word” column is a rare forum for “un-Google-able” queries: Readers write in, and readers respond! Know It All collects 132 of the column’s very best Q&As. The often-wacky questions cover physics, chemistry, zoology and beyond: … Continue reading →