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Genetics (journal)

Genetics is a monthly scientific journal publishing investigations bearing on heredity, genetics, biochemistry and molecular biology. Genetics is published by the Genetics Society of America. It has a delayed open access policy, and makes article ...

                                               

Popular Astronomy (UK magazine)

Popular Astronomy is the bi-monthly magazine of the UKs Society for Popular Astronomy, published in January, March, May, July, September and November.

                                               

Grazhdanin

Grazhdanin was a Russian conservative political and literary magazine published in Petersburg in 1872–1914. The magazine was founded by Prince Vladimir Meshchersky. It came out weekly or two times a week, and daily in 1887–1914. Grazhdanin exerte ...

                                               

Honk (magazine)

Honk! was an American comics magazine published in the 1980s by Fantagraphics Books, featuring creator interviews, reviews, satirical articles, and original comic strips. Similar in format to Mad magazine, but with an alternative/underground twis ...

                                               

Dabiq (magazine)

Dabiq was an online magazine used by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant for Islamic radicalisation and recruitment. It was first published in July 2014 in a number of different languages. Dabiq itself states the magazine is for the purposes ...

                                               

Dar al-Islam (magazine)

Dar al-Islam is the title of a French-language online magazine produced by the Islamic State between 2014 and 2016. It included articles praising terrorist attacks in France, such as the 2016 Nice attack and the January 2015 Ile-de-France attacks ...

                                               

Differential Equations (journal)

Differential Equations is a peer-reviewed mathematics journal published by Springer. Founded in 1965, the journal publishes English translations of papers from the journal Differentsialnye Uravneniya, which publishes in Russian and focuses on wor ...

                                               

Dnipro (magazine)

1927 - the Molodniak Magazine started its publication in Kharkiv. The founder is - CC LCUYU Lenin Communist Union of Youth of Ukraine; Ukrainian: ЦК ЛКСМУ. 1935 - The first issue of magazine in Kyiv. 1937 - The magazine was renamed into Molodyi B ...

                                               

Household Words

Household Words was an English weekly magazine edited by Charles Dickens in the 1850s. It took its name from the line in Shakespeares Henry V: "Familiar in his mouth as household words."

                                               

Esli

Esli was a Russian science fiction literary magazine. It was started in 1991 in Moscow, as a publisher of foreign SF stories, but soon broadened its format to include Russophone writers as well. In the 2000s, Esli also started publishing fantasy ...

                                               

Zhensky Vestnik

Zhensky Vestnik was a Russian monthly magazine published in Saint Petersburg in 1866-1868 by A.B. Messarosh, with the professed objective of "helping to improve the social conditions for women in Russia". In 1866 - 1867 Zhensky Vestnik remained o ...

                                               

Zhizn

Zhizn, "Life") was a Russian magazine published first in Saint Petersburg, then in London and Geneva. Zhizn began its existence as a general purpose magazine in January 1897. For the first two years it was edited, at various times, by S. V. Voejk ...

                                               

Pain (journal)

Pain is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins on behalf of the International Association for the Study of Pain. The journal was established in 1975 and covers research and reviews in the fields of anes ...

                                               

Star (magazine)

Star is an American celebrity tabloid magazine founded in 1974. The magazine is owned by American Media Inc. and overseen by AMIs Chief Content Officer, Dylan Howard.

                                               

Zdoroviye

Founded in 1955, Zdoroviye had a circulation of 12.600.000 copies in 1986. It was published monthly in Moscow by the Pravda Publishing House as a joint edition of the USSR and the RSFSR Ministries of Public Health, and covered popular scientific; ...

                                               

Znamya

Znamya is a Russian monthly literary magazine, which was established in Moscow in 1931. In 1931–1932, the magazine was published under the name of Lokaf. During the Soviet times, Znamya dedicated most of its pages to short stories and novels abou ...

                                               

Igromania

Igromania is a Russian video game website and formerly a magazine. The magazine was published in Moscow and distributed in Russia and the CIS countries. It was founded in September 1997. The circulation in June 2009 was 190.000 copies the largest ...

                                               

Immunology (journal)

Immunology is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal covering all aspects of immunology. The editor-in-chief is Daniel Altmann. It was established in 1958 and is published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the British Society for Immunology.

                                               

Iskra (magazine)

Iskra was a Russian satirical weekly published in Saint Petersburg in 1859–1873. The magazine, founded by the caricaturist Nikolai Stepanov and poet Vasily Kurochkin was a Socialist publication, targeting social inequality and the Tsarism. Yet, i ...

                                               

Spark (magazine)

Spark is the official student newspaper of the Victorian College of the Arts Student Union. It is published four times per year and is free to all Victorian College of the Arts students. Spark is also the official student newspaper of the Lakota ...

                                               

Iskusstvo

Iskusstvo - art magazine, dedicated to issues of contemporary art and culture, the oldest of the currently published in Russia art magazines.

                                               

Truth (magazine)

Truth magazine was both a weekly magazine and a monthly reader published from 1881 until 1905 in the United States. Its subtitle was "The Brightest of Weeklies". The publication was founded in 1881 as a society journal. It was on hiatus from 1884 ...

                                               

Istok (magazine)

Istok was the title of a Russian-language online magazine published by the Islamic State and released by Al-Hayat Media Center. As of late 2016, Istok had apparently been supplanted by Rumiyah.

                                               

Cabinet Magazine

Cabinet Magazine is a quarterly, Brooklyn, New York-based, non-profit art & culture magazine established in 2000. Cabinet Magazine also operates an event and exhibition space in Brooklyn.

                                               

Kvant (magazine)

Kvant is a popular science magazine in physics and mathematics for school students and teachers, issued since 1970 in Soviet Union and continued in Russia. Translation of selected articles from Kvant had been published in Quantum Magazine in 1990 ...

                                               

Kvir

Kvir is a Russian gay lifestyle magazine. It was launched by www.gay.ru which runs the LGBT Center "Together", a non-profit organization. The magazine is a non-profit project designed to provide Russian society with correct and diverse informatio ...

                                               

Kino-Fot

Kino-Fot was a Russian magazine dedicated to cinema produced from 1922 - 1923 under the editorship of Aleksei Gan. A total of six issues of the magazine were produced, five in 1922 with a sixth in 1923. The contributors included Vladimir Mayakovs ...

                                               

Kommunistka

Kommunistka was a communist magazine from the Soviet Union, associated to the Zhenotdel, founded by Inessa Armand and Alexandra Kollontai in 1920. Kommunistka was published on a monthly basis. The magazine was targeted specially to lower class wo ...

                                               

Company (magazine)

The magazine was started in 1978. It celebrated its 30th birthday in 2008, and in that time has had only six editors: Maggie Goodman, Gil Hudson, Mandi Norwood, Fiona Macintosh, Sam Baker, and the current editor, Victoria White. The magazine was ...

                                               

Konstantiniyye (magazine)

Konstantiniyye was a Turkish language online magazine published online by the Islamic State, and released by al-Hayat Media Center. Konstantiniyye is the old Ottoman name for present day Istanbul. The magazine publishes anti-Turkish messages and ...

                                               

Kontinent

Kontinent was an emigre dissident journal which focused on the politics of the Soviet Union and its satellites. Founded in 1974 by writer Vladimir Maximov, its first editor-in-chief, it was published in German and Russian and later translated int ...

                                               

Korrespondent

Korrespondent is a weekly printed magazine published in Ukraine in the Russian and Ukrainian languages. It is part of United Media Holding group, created by Boris Lozhkin and owned by Serhiy Kurchenko.

                                               

Krokodil

Krokodil, lit. crocodile) was a satirical magazine published in the Soviet Union. It was founded in 1922, at first as the satirical supplement to the Workers Gazette ; when it became a separate publication, the name Crocodile was chosen at an edi ...

                                               

All the Year Round

All the Year Round was a Victorian periodical, being a British weekly literary magazine founded and owned by Charles Dickens, published between 1859 and 1895 throughout the United Kingdom. Edited by Dickens, it was the direct successor to his pre ...

                                               

LEF (journal)

LEF was the journal of the Left Front of the Arts, a widely ranging association of avant-garde writers, photographers, critics and designers in the Soviet Union. It had two runs, one from 1923 to 1925 as LEF, and later from 1927 to 1929 as Novy L ...

                                               

Letopis

Letopis was a Russian monthly journal published in St Petersburg from December 1915 until December 1917. It had a range of material including literary, scientific and political material. Its political stance was to oppose nationalism and the Firs ...

                                               

Minerva (disambiguation)

Minerva, the stage name of Josephine Blatt c. 1869 – 1923 Minerva Daum Agora user, a South Korean netizen famous for his economic predictions Minerva Urecal 1894–1966, American film and television actress Minerva Hamilton Hoyt, an American woman ...

                                               

Mir Bozhiy

Mir Bozhiy was a Russian monthly magazine published in Saint Petersburg in 1892–1906. It was edited first by Viktor Ostrogorsky, then by Fyodor Batyushkov. In July 1906 Mir Bozhiy was closed by censors. The publisher of the magazine was Alexandra ...

                                               

Molecular Biology (journal)

Molecular Biology is a scientific journal which covers a wide scope of problems related to molecular, cell, and computational biology including genomics, proteomics, bioinformatics, molecular virology and immunology, molecular development biology ...

                                               

Molecular Biology of the Cell

Molecular Biology of the Cell is a biweekly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the American Society for Cell Biology. It covers research on the molecular basis of cell structure and function. According to the Journal Citation Reports, ...

                                               

Molodaya Gvardiya (magazine)

Molodaya Gvardiya is a monthly Russian magazine focusing on literature and politics, founded in Moscow in May 1922 as an organ of the Komsomol. It had an immediate success with Alexander Tarasov-Rodionovs short novel Shokolad Chocolate, a controv ...

                                               

Moskva (magazine)

Moskva magazine was established in 1957, originally as an organ of the RSFSR Union of Writers and its Moscow department. Its first editor was Nikolay Atarov 1957–1958, succeeded by Yevgeny Popovkin 1958–1968. It was during his time that Mikhail B ...

                                               

Music Academy (journal)

Soviet Music Russian: Советская музыка, romanized: Sovetskaya muzika was established in February 1933 by the Union of Soviet Composers and the Soviet Ministry of Culture. In the first year, the journal was a bimonthly publication 200 pages in len ...

                                               

Nablyudatel

Nablyudatel was a Russian monthly literary and political magazine published in Saint Petersburg in 1882–1904. Its editor and publisher was Alexander Pyatkovsky. There was a supplement to it, a daily newspaper called Glasnost. A right-wing, pro-mo ...

                                               

Now

Now! political party, a liberal political party in Poland National Oversight and Whistleblowers NOW, a Malaysian NGO to institute initiatives of oversight and whistleblower NYSE ticker symbol for ServiceNow, a cloud computing company National Org ...

                                               

Neva (magazine)

The magazine was first published in St. Petersburg in April 1955. It was founded on the basis of yield up to being the "Leningrad almanac" as the official origin of the Leningrad writers organizations. In Soviet times, the magazine published work ...

                                               

Nonlinear Oscillations

Nonlinear Oscillations is a quarterly peer-reviewed mathematical journal that was established in 1998. It is published by Springer Science+Business Media on behalf of the Institute of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. It cover ...

                                               

Niva (magazine)

Niva was the most popular magazine of late-nineteenth-century Russia; it lasted from 1870 to 1918, and defined itself on its masthead as "an illustrated weekly journal of literature, politics and modern life." Niva was the first of the "thin maga ...

                                               

Novy Put

Novy Put was a Russian religious, philosophical and literary magazine, founded in 1902 in Saint Petersburg by Dmitry Merezhkovsky and Zinaida Gippius. Initially a literary vehicle for the Religious and Philosophical Meetings, it was aiming to pro ...

                                               

Obrazovanye

Obrazovanye was a Russian literary and educational magazine, published in Saint Petersburg in 1892–1909, a continuation of an earlier publication called Zhenskoye obrazovanye. It was edited originally by Vasily Sipovsky, who in 1896 was succeeded ...