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Popular Science has been a leading source of science and technology news since 1872. PopSci.com is a user-friendly Web site that looks and functions like a blog, allowing users to quickly access the newest, top-quality content from the print magazine, as well as regular features and daily science news, from the Web site’s main page. The PopSci.com community brings together 32,000 science and technology enthusiasts with experts and innovators from around the globe, offering users the opportunity to directly engage with content, Popular Science writers and editors, and one another.
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