By John RidsdaleNew Scientist is the UK’s leading source of quality science and information.
New Scientist is owned by News Corporation, which has been running the magazine since its launch in 1983.
New Yorker magazine is a sister publication.
We take pride in our diverse range of content.
But we are committed to ensuring our readers get the best possible experience from our news and features.
Our editorial team is made up of experts in their fields and we publish a wide range of articles.
We believe in challenging the status quo, but in doing so we must not forget to keep our readers engaged.
Read more about our editorial standards and how we ensure you’re getting the best quality science.
We strive to publish the highest quality news and stories in the most timely, accurate and complete way.
Our news and opinion section is where our readers will find the best and most current content about New Scientist.
We publish articles on topics ranging from climate change to the health impacts of the internet, but also from the arts and science to entertainment, technology and sport.
Our editor-in-chief, Tim Clark, is the driving force behind New Scientist’s approach to content.
He said: “We know that content matters.
And we want our readers to feel like they are contributing to the world’s best understanding of science and technology.”
We’re committed to the fact that we publish content in a timely, well-balanced, accessible way that will be relevant to them and help them make informed decisions.
“As an organisation that celebrates innovation and knowledge, we believe that all of us, every person, can make a difference and we strive to be the best place for everyone to share their views, experiences and ideas.”
So, please take a moment to join us in celebrating science and the best of New Scientist.
“Read more:New Scientist magazine has grown to over 8.2 million subscribers since it launched in 1983, with the newsroom covering topics from climate science to the internet.
The magazine was launched in the US by The New York Times and has since spread to other countries and territories.
The new edition is due to be published on February 10.