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Old 03-08-2020, 01:32 PM   #1
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Daily science emails from Nature magazine

For all you science and technology nerds out there. I just ran across this in the current Scientific American magazine. Nature magazine is offering daily science update emails on all weekdays to subscribers who sign up at the below email address. Both Nature and Scientific American are now owned and published by Springer Verlag, a leading science books publisher. Scientific American is now the oldest published magazine in America I believe, dating back to 1845. My family has subscribed since circa 1940 as I recall.

go.nature.com/briefing
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For all you science and technology nerds out there. I just ran across this in the current Scientific American magazine. Nature magazine is offering daily science update emails on all weekdays to subscribers who sign up at the below email address. Both Nature and Scientific American are now owned and published by Springer Verlag, a leading science books publisher. Scientific American is now the oldest published magazine in America I believe, dating back to 1845. My family has subscribed since circa 1940 as I recall.

go.nature.com/briefing
Thanks for the tip, just signed up. I'm not a subscriber though (I do subscribe to a few other science/nature/history magazines), and I didn't find anything about emails only being available to subscribers?
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Thanks for the tip, just signed up. I'm not a subscriber though (I do subscribe to a few other science/nature/history magazines), and I didn't find anything about emails only being available to subscribers?
Neither the announcement in Scientific American or the sign up web page indicated that any magazine subscription is required to receive the daily emails.
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