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Online Magazines and Journals
The library has digital access to these magazines and journals, as well as many more.
- Nature - multidisciplinary scientific journal, published since 1869.
- Psychology Today- focuses on behavior and covers a range of topics including psychology, neuroscience, relationships, health, and current affairs
- Science News - bi-weekly news magazine of science published in the United States
- Popular Mechanics - service magazine providing ideas and information on automobiles, home building, maintenance, boating, outdoor recreation, electronics and science
- Scientific American - authoritative articles on all sciences by scientists who do the research reported. Edited for the interested layman. Features science and the citizen, computer reactions, the amateur scientists, reviews of current books in science and bibliographies
- American Scientist - reports on recent research in pure and applied sciences, written for scientists of all disciplines
- BioScience - presents articles dealing with current advances in the field of biological science for researchers, administrators and teachers
- Systems Engineering - publishes multidisciplinary information on systems engineering and management of products and services, and processes of all types
- Mechanical Engineering - feature articles, commentary, product reviews, legislation, computing and software news, ASME codes and standards and news of note published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- MIT Technology Review - examines the human & social dimensions of science and technology; topics on energy & environment, computers & biotech
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