look + listen + learncollection | 150 years of innovation + discovery

from | Scientific American
November 1, 2021


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~ about | the collection
~ letter | from library editor


publication: Scientific American
title: 50, 100, and 150 Years Ago
deck: Innovation + Discovery: chronicled in Scientific American

visit | the collection


about | the collection

An immense repository of stories going back to the mid 1800s. And spanning a breadth of human history that gives you a front-row seat — to civilization’s progress as-it-happened. This fascinating curated collection of invention updates monthly.


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Scientific American | home ~ channel
tag line: Expertise, insights, and illumination.
banner: Celebrating 175 years of discovery.

Springer Nature | home ~ channel
tag line: We’re a world-leading research, educational, and professional publisher.
banner: 180 years of progress + 180 years of discovery


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I hope you enjoy the journey.

Daniel Schlenoff

name: Daniel Schlenoff
bio: writer | Scientific American
bio: editor of the collection: 50, 100, and 150 Years Ago


image | above

A portrait of writer + editor Daniel Schlenoff.



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Dear readers,

Tracking 1.5 centuries of innovation + discovery, Scientific American magazine’s story collection — 50, 100, and 150 Years Ago — is curated monthly by editor Daniel Schlenoff.

The chronicle presents 300 stories on tech invention + science knowledge — archived since year 1845. This set is good reading for anyone watching the path of progress.

library editor


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