National Geographic Society
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, the flagship magazine of the National Geographic Society, chronicles exploration and adventure, as well as changes that impact life on Earth. Editorial coverage encompasses people and places of the world, with an emphasis on human involvement in a changing universe. Major topics include culture, nature, geography, ecology, science and technology.
For the record: Mental Floss magazine is an intelligent read, but not too intelligent. We're the sort of intelligent that you hang out with for a while, enjoy our company, laugh a little, smile a lot and then we part ways. Great times. And you only realize how much you learned from us after a little while. Like a couple days later when you're impressing your friends with all these intriguing facts and things you picked up from us, and they ask ...
National Geographic Traveler
National Geographic Society
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TRAVELER is a resource for active, curious travelers. It uses storytelling and you-are-there photography. Features focus on domestic and foreign destinations, personal travel reflections, food and restaurants, great places to stay, photography, trends, adventure, ecotourism, road trips, cultural events, and travelers and TravelWise--which appears with every major feature--furnishes a lively and complete mini guidebook to help ...
Archaeological Institute of America
Archaeology magazine brings the ancient world to life. Archaeology offers readers incisive reporting, vivid storytelling, compelling photography -- and the latest news from around the globe -- all devoted to exploring the world’s ancient past. Whether reporting from a dive on an Arctic shipwreck, trekking through Afghanistan, or digging just beneath Beirut, Archaeology’s editors and writers bring readers the science, and the magic, of ...
Weider History Group Inc
American History Presents the history of America to a spectrum of general-interest readers in an authoritative, informative, thought-provoking and entertaining style. Lively narratives take readers on an adventure with history, complemented by rare photographs, paintings, illustrations and maps.
This magazine chronicles the arts, environment, sciences and popular culture of the times. It is edited for modern, well-rounded individuals with diverse, general interests. With your order, you become a National Associate Member of the Smithsonian. Membership benefits include your subscription to Smithsonian magazine, a personalized membership card, shopping and dining discounts when you visit the Smithsonian, and more.
Discover Media LLC
Who Reads Discover ? Discover attracts intelligent and curious readers - forward thinkers and public advocates engaging in a dialogue of action that influences opinion leaders and encourages innovation. They are active in their communities, carry a strong voice concerning political issues and are very active in environmental groups. What You Can Expect in Each Issue: Vital Signs: Discover ’s longest-running and ...
Kids who can't help wondering whether video games really kill their brain cells, or what a gentleman ladybug is called, will find the answers here, in articles written by award-winning authors and accompanied by high-quality illustration and photography. MUSE is perfect for any kid interested in sci
Scientific American (1-year auto-renewal)
This magazine is designed for technically educated professionals and managers who have a positive predisposition to read about, get involved with and act on a broad range of the physical and social sciences. Its articles and features anticipate what the breakthroughs and the news will be in a society increasingly dependent upon scientific and technological advances.
Popular Science (1-year automatic renewal)
The 'What's New'" magazine of science and technology. Covering the latest developments in cars, electronics, communications, tools, energy, aviation, science, space exploration and much more.
Air & Space
Air & Space Magazine covers the magic of flight and the mystery of space. It's published by The Smithsonian Institution, whose National Air and Space Museum is the single most popular museum in the world, so we can take you behind the scenes to explore the history, culture, and technology of flight in a way that no one else can. From Burt Rutan's futuristic designs and what's next for Mars to why the U-2 spy plane still flies, come and meet the ...
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