Founded 1845, Scientific American is the oldest continuously published magazine in the United States. It covers advances in research and is published by Springer Nature, which also publishes the journal Nature.
Weekly science magazine founded in 1921 by newspaper magnate E.W. Scripps and zoologist W.E. Ritter, and published by the non-profit Society for Science and the Public. Science News material is authoritative and condensed.
London-based weekly magazine first published in 1956, New Scientist presents science news in an informal and sometimes humorous style.
Hip and stylish, sometimes to a fault, and with smart, snappy writing, Wired focuses on tech, but covers cutting edge science as well.