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Since 1845, Scientific American has shared the wonders of science with lifelong learners as the country’s oldest continuously published magazine. It’s in our DNA. In the first issue, the editors explained about Scientific American: “As a family newspaper, it will convey more useful intelligence to children and young people than five times its cost in school instruction.” Now an exciting partnership between Scientific American and NYU-Poly brings together the leading names in science and education to serve the needs of mid-career professionals. Back in July 2013, we began inviting proposals for potential instructors who would like to teach week-long online courses as part of the programs. Now, as our planners are preparing to announce soon the news about our initial course offerings, we also welcome you to sign up for our mailing list here to get information as soon as it is available.
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