Exact Editions has had a busy month, launching three new digital magazine archives, which are all fully available to subscribers: The Biologist, Kew Magazine, and Jewish Renaissance. Here is a bit about our newest archives…
The Biologist is an award-winning magazine focusing on all things bioscience, and published six times a year by the Royal Society of Biology.
It covers the extraordinary and diverse world of the biological sciences since 1953, featuring interviews with high-profile scientists, news and views on cutting-edge biology, and contributions from the RSB’s network of 17,000 professional and student bioscientists. Alongside striking images from biology research and the natural world, each issue also includes updates from the RSB science policy team and a guide to the best biological museum exhibits around the world.
Digital subscribers will gain access to six issues a year and nearly 40 back issues dating back to 2012. You can buy a subscription to The Biologist here.
Kew Magazine is another publication which explores the natural world. Founded in 1991, and now published 3 times a year, Kew pulls together a mix of articles about the world famous gardens at Kew and Wakehurst.
Each issue of the membership magazine brings readers features that focus on plants and the people who work with them, covering a wide range of subjects such as horticulture, education, conservation, art and history. The high-quality editorial and contribution of talented photographers render the beautiful magazine a well-respected ambassador for the Royal Botanic Gardens. You can buy a subscription to Kew Magazine here.
Jewish Renaissance is the latest archive to launch on the Exact Editions platform. Founded in 2001, and published quarterly, Jewish Renaissance extends knowledge of Jewish culture in all its diversity, in a lively and engaging way. This beautifully designed and illustrated magazine has launched its digital archive which includes more than 60 issues.
Jewish Renaissance’s most popular features are its unique surveys of different Jewish communities around the world, now called the Passport series. Extensive research and access to the skills of local historians, writers and photographers brings the past and present of these communities vividly to life.
The magazine also has highly regarded reviews and interviews on books, film, theatre, art and music. Its regular Sephardi section, launched three years ago, is also a unique feature looking at the world through the eyes of a part of the Jewish community that has within itself an enormously rich and diverse history.
You can now purchase all three magazines, complete with their full archives, from the Exact Editions shop. Click here to visit!
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