100 Years By the Numbers
Statistics tell the story of a century of American Scientist
As part of American Scientist’s centennial celebration, the following statistics summarize the broad, rich and sometimes quirky history of the magazine since its inception in 1913. The past century has seen many changes in the language, technology and culture of science and science communication, as the numbers reveal.
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