Magazine article American Scientist

Q & A with Fenella Saunders

Magazine article American Scientist

Q & A with Fenella Saunders

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Fenella Saunders is the new editor-in-chief of American Scientist and director of science communications and publications for Sigma Xi.

Are there changes to American Scientist that readers can expect under your leadership?

American Scientist remains a premier publication for longform narrative stories about all areas of science, as told by the researchers themselves. We will continue to work with scientists to bring their process of discovery to a wider audience. In recent years the magazine staff have worked hard to offer our readers articles that convey researchers' unique voices, vividly tell their stories, and feature dynamic layouts with great custom graphics. We'll continue to customize our content to bring readers the best experience possible in print, while also expanding online blogs, features, and multimedia. …

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