Now through November 30, 2011, you can enjoy complimentary access to more than 75,000 articles from classic issues featured in the Scientific American 1845-1909 archive collection. This collection is a treasure trove that includes 65 years of scientific history, breakthroughs, inventions, and triumphs.
- 1851: The Singer sewing machine
- 1876: The telephone
- 1879: Incandescent light bulb
- 1897: Lumiere cinematograph, the camera that started the film industry
- 1902: The Wright Brothers flight at Kitty Hawk
Enjoy exploring the breadth and depth of this archive collection!