This week is National Science Week, but every week can be science week for you with the library’s extensive collection of science magazines – both print and digital.
Our print magazine collection includes:
- New Scientist (also digital via Zinio)
- Australasian Science
- Popular Science (also digital via Zinio)
- Popular Mechanics (also digital via Zinio)
- Australian Geographic (also digital via Zinio)
- National Geographic (also digital via Zinio)
eMagazines available via Zinio
As you can see from the above list, several of our magazines are available in digital format, as well as in print, via our digital magazine portal, Zinio. The best thing about Zinio is that the magazines are always available to download. Unlike the print editions, there is no need to wait for the current issue to come off display or for someone else to return the copy you want to read.
Here are all the science related magazines available digitally via Zinio. If you haven’t used Zinio before you will need to set up a free Zinio account.
More science articles are available in our magazine and journal article databases
As well as our eMagazine collection in Zinio, the library also subscribes to two general magazine, newspaper & journal article databases containing thousands of articles for you to read.
Popular Magazines database, includes all the articles from these science journals and magazines:
- Science News
- Popular Science
- Science Teacher
- Science and Children
- Issues in Science and Technology
EBSCO Australia/New Zealand Reference Centre database includes all the articles from these science journals and magazines:
- Science World
- Scientific American
- Popular Science
- Teaching Science: The Journal Of The Australian Science Teachers Association
National Science Week. 13 – 21 August 2016